interdict[ noun in-ter-dikt; verb in-ter-dikt ]SEE DEFINITION OF interdict
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INTERDICT
These notices were rather a protest than an interdict, and were so understood.
Have I acted in this in accordance with your wishes—or do you interdict the publication?
The Empress laid an interdict on the half of my income and pension.
In June the King's commission requested the removal of the interdict.
No bishop with his interdict, no Pope with his "thunders from the Vatican."
I was glad to perceive that my interdict of the deathchamber had been respected.
On thee and on all who lift hand in thy cause, rests the interdict of the Church.
I foresee in Livia's mind a dread of the aforesaid "arch," and an interdict.
Now, by the Prophet and that interdict of his, I'll drink no further.'
It was, she considered, an occasion for braving the doctor's interdict.