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synonyms for embargoed

  • ban
  • bar
  • condemn
  • disallow
  • exclude
  • forbid
  • prevent
  • proscribe
  • banish
  • damn
  • embargo
  • enjoin
  • illegalize
  • inhibit
  • interdict
  • stop
  • taboo
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antonyms for embargoed

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  • admit
  • allow
  • approve
  • include
  • permit
  • welcome
  • legalize
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How to use embargoed in a sentence

There are even many kinds of industrial raw materials and products which have never been embargoed by the Western Governments.
EAST-WEST TRADE TRENDSHAROLD E. STASSEN
It is understood that both rubber and leather, together with wool, have been embargoed by most of the belligerent countries.
CURRENT HISTORY, A MONTHLY MAGAZINENEW YORK TIMES
For the use of such embargoed vessels during the war the usual daily freight is to be paid.
CURRENT HISTORY, VOL. VIII, NO. 3, JUNE 1918VARIOUS
Napoleon decreed, and embargoed, and sequestered, with little effect upon national sentiment outside of New England.
SEA POWER IN ITS RELATIONS TO THE WAR OF 1812ALFRED THAYER MAHAN
The ardent friends of the bankrupt bill embargoed both the others until their favorite measure was secure.
THIRTY YEARS' VIEW (VOL. II OF 2)THOMAS HART BENTON
The British sailors and ships embargoed in Russia were released on the 17th of May.
ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, 11TH EDITION, VOLUME 7, SLICE 3VARIOUS
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