prohibition

[ proh-uh-bish-uhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF prohibition

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But again, in a provoking manner, he reminded me of the prohibition.

What I want to know is, does this prohibition apply to donkeys?

In the fact that I have no right to prohibit anything to others lies no prohibition.

The old man, in spite of the prohibition, rose uncertainly to his feet.

Don't advise me, my dear, to subscribe to my mother's prohibition of correspondence with you.

What is your opinion of prohibition and the uniformity of divorce laws?

I was deceived: Whatever I might allege, the prohibition remained.

Probably they would after a few months of prohibition; never before.

"There will, of course, be no prohibition of exports," he said.

He had imagined this prohibition to save the prestige a colonel should have.

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