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synonyms for forbiddance

  • ban
  • banning
  • embargo
  • forbidding
  • interdict
  • interdiction
  • prohibition
  • proscription
  • restriction
  • disallowance
  • off limits
  • outlawing
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antonyms for forbiddance

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  • allowance
  • permission
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How to use forbiddance in a sentence

It seemed, as she spoke it, introduced simply to add peremptoriness to her forbiddance.
THE TENANTS OF MALORYJOSEPH SHERIDAN LE FANU
His tone and manner were of friendly advice, rather than of stern forbiddance.
DARIELR. D. BLACKMORE
Tis but exceeding seldom I do aught wrong, and then mostly because I am teased with forbiddance of the same.
JOYCE MORRELL'S HARVESTEMILY SARAH HOLT
The Lease was a strange forbiddance, a ukase issued by a tyrant, which took from children their natural liberties and rights.
THE CHILDREN'S BOOK OF CHRISTMAS STORIESVARIOUS
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WORDS RELATED TO FORBIDDANCE

  • anathema
  • ban
  • disapproval
  • don't
  • forbiddance
  • inhibition
  • interdict
  • law
  • limitation
  • no-no
  • prohibition
  • proscription
  • regulation
  • religious convention
  • reservation
  • restraint
  • restriction
  • sanction
  • social convention
  • stricture
  • superstition
  • thou-shalt-not
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