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no-no

adjective as in forbidden

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Basically, pre-marital sex is a big no-no and could land Justin Brent in hot water.

Not all scientists agree that artificial sweeteners are a no-no when it comes to your health and diet.

But Samuragochi received sole credit, and such an arrangement would be a complete no-no in the symphonic realm.

Converting at birth the children of non-Jewish mothers is now a no-no.

So beware of keyhole cutouts or string bottoms—those are a preschool fashion no-no.

That was another no-no -- phones are muy prohibido at Chavez High -- but why should that stop me?

I just said, ‘No-no-no-no,’ and ran out of the room, and out of the house up into the orchard.

No-no, that won't do; you mustn't talk, and you mustn't retch and gag that way, either—you'll wake up your poor brother.

They're going to take No-no home, then we're all going to the movies.

No-no-no-no—not all—but the worst of them are good enough to admire him.

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On this page you'll find 457 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to no-no, such as: outlawed, prohibited, banned, closed, no-go, and proscribed.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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