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inter- +‎ abled, formed on the pattern of interracial.


  • IPA(key): /ˌɪntɚˈeɪbl̩d/


interabled (not comparable)

  1. Existing between a disabled person and one who is not disabled (of a romantic relationship or the like).
    • 2015, Susan Antebi, Beth E. Jörgensen, Libre Acceso: Latin American Literature and Film through Disability Studies, SUNY Press, →ISBN, page 184:
      But that does not mean that Flora needs to sit and watch the spider to understand the metaphor of its web, or that Flora won't describe the web of interracial and interabled friendship as an object that can be seen, []
    • 2020 December 4, Robbie Spencer, “Interabled YouTubers, ‘Cole and Charisma,’ Celebrate Wedding”, in The New York Times[1], →ISSN:
      Ms. Jamison and Mr. Sydnor decided to record a couple of videos and post them on YouTube answering some common questions they were constantly getting about interabled couples.