Eligible vs. Ineligible
The word “Eligible” has two meanings.
1. It means the right or qualification to do or obtain something. It can also be interpreted to mean satisfying the appropriate conditions to do or obtain something. Example: He is “eligible” to receive the Scholarship.
2. Desirable/Suitable as a Partner in marriage. For example: The World’s most “eligible” Bachelor.
The word “Ineligible” has two meanings.
1. Legally or officially unable to be considered for a benefit or position. For example: The Company is “Ineligible” for the Contract.
2. Not desirable or suitable as a Marriage Partner. For example: “He is an “Ineligible” Son-In-Law.