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prohibition
Definition:
The act of prohibiting anything, as the sale of intoxicants.

Synonyms:

noun
ban, forbiddance
negation, interdict, exclusion, injunction, constraint, taboo, prevention, interdiction, no-no, embargo, obstruction, out of bounds, refusal, veto, temperance, proscription, Disallowance, don't, bar, repudiation, off limits, restriction.
command
obligation, imperatives, will, adjurations, requirements, requirement, devoirs, adjuration, devoir.
communication
prohibition.
denial
disavowal, contradiction, refutation, veto.
exclusion
ejection, excommunication, amputation, deportation, abscission, ostracism, eradication, relegation, exile, excision, removal, expatriation, extradition, Disallowance, banishment, boycott, disbarment, exclusion, forbiddance, elimination, denial, proscription, ban, renouncement, rejection, repudiation.
obviation
forestallment.
prohibition
forbiddance, prevention, restraint, prohibition era, disapproval, ban, injunction, interdiction, blockade, constraint, inhibition, bar, refusal, preclusion, suppression, restriction, proscription, curtailment.
refusal
non-compliance, turndown, nonconsent, non-consent, forbiddings, refusal, forbiddance, enjoinment, knockback, NOS.
restraint
pinion, straitjacket, pinions, straitjackets, restraint.
stop
prevention.
temperance
reasonableness, forgoing, Refrainment, teetotalism, soberness, uninebriation, selfcontrol, astringency, moderateness, self-discipline, asceticism, unintoxication, eschewal, astringencies, moderatism, self-deprivation.
traversal
traversal.
Examples of usage:
  1. I fear Miss Sumner's Prohibition tendencies will be still further strengthened after she has seen the mad- train. – The Valley of the Giants by Peter B. Kyne
  2. He meets her refusal by giving a sinister and plausible explanation of the prohibition. – Milton by John Bailey
  3. The inferior quality of this growth at length caused its prohibition by law, as described elsewhere in this work. – Tobacco; Its History, Varieties, Culture, Manufacture and Commerce by E. R. Billings
  4. It is reason enough, in all conscience, to call for the legalised prohibition of all mothers with young families from engaging in professional or industrial employment. – Feminism and Sex-Extinction by Arabella Kenealy
  5. Suppose they looked mankind in the face and asked themselves what was the result of answering evil with a prohibition. – A Preface to Politics by Walter Lippmann

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