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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISALLOWED

Well, but in the day that he hath heard it, it is disallowed.

It matters not that some of the virtues attributed to the drink have since been disallowed.

He is at the mercy of the Crown, and his claim is disallowed.

As the Cornishman dropped on his knee the fall was disputed, and the turn was disallowed.

From the theory of its constitution, intermarriage would be disallowed.

If they be disallowed, there will be a surplus at the disposition of the Government.

It was the rehearsal of that banquet that the great Censorship had disallowed.

If his plea was disallowed, he was usually fined for vexatious opposition.

It was the unprincipled referee; he had disallowed the foul.

Precision is much, but not all; some words and phrases are disallowed on the ground of taste.

WORD ORIGIN

late 14c., "to refuse to praise," from Old French desalouer "to blame," from des- (see dis-) + alouer (see allow); meaning "to reject" is from 1550s. Related: Disallowed; disallowing; disallowance.

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