other words for tabooed
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB
To keep silence about so monstrous a wrong as this merely because the subject is a tabooed one was not possible to Brieux.
Some birds, as well as some fish, were tabooed because of religious scruples.
But if eyeglasses are tabooed by novelists, what shall we say of spectacles?
Shaw's plays were popular in America when they were tabooed or pooh-poohed in England.
I do not feel quite convinced—the mouse being a totem, and a sacred or tabooed animal, in India and Egypt.
In Scotland the pig was a demon as in ancient Egypt, and pork was tabooed over wide areas.
These things should be tabooed by respectable journals, just as they are tabooed in respectable society.
They lunched, but if the subject of Carrados had been tabooed the meal would have been a silent one.
By common consent they tabooed the more formal social entertainment which the various hostelries at Wildwood offered.
He has a tabooed hut apart, and ‘if he is obliged to come out he covers his face.’