QUAL'IFY, v.t. [L. qualis, such, and facio, to make.]1. To fit for any place, office, occupation or character; to furnish with the knowledge, skill or other accomplishment necessary for a purpose; as, to qualify a man for a judge, for a minister of state or of the gospel, for a general or admiral. Holiness alone can qualify men for the society of holy beings.2. To make capable of any employment or privilege; to furnish with legal power or capacity; as, in England, to qualify a man to kill game.3. To abate; to soften; to diminish; as, to qualify the rigor of a statute.I do no seek to quench your love's hot fire, but qualify the fire's extreme rage.4. To ease; to assuage.5. To modify; to restrain; to limit by exceptions; as, to qualify words or expressions, or to qualify the sense of words or phrases.6. To modify; to regulate; to vary; as, to qualify sounds.
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