Synonym: ban, bar, deter, disallow, prevent, prohibit, taboo. Antonym: allow, permit. Similar words: orbit, bid, absorb, disturbing. Meaning: [fə(r)'bɪd] v. 1. command against 2. keep from happening or arising; make impossible.
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1. His parents forbid him wine.
2. I forbid anyone to touch that clock.
3. I can't forbid you / your seeing that man again.
4. God forbid that I should ever have to work with him again.
5. I forbid you to go swimming.
6. They forbid any ships to enter the water.
7. The bylaws forbid playing ball in the public garden.
8. If you want to go, Ican't forbid you.
9. You cannot do that. I absolutely forbid it.
10. College statutes forbid drinking on campus.
11. I forbid you the house.
12. They'll forbid you to marry.
13. No. I forbid it. You cannot.
14. Heaven forbid that he should leave because of me!
15. Heaven forbid his parents should ever find out.
16. God forbid that this should ever happen again.
17. forbid a doctor to have a love affair with a patient.
18. If, God forbid, something goes wrong, I don't know what I would do.
19. What would you do financially if, heaven forbid, your husband died?
20. Heaven forbid that anything awful should have happened to her.
21. Heaven forbid you should have an accident!
22. Their law doesn't actually forbid the use of machines.
23. God forbid you should have an accident.
24. Heaven forbid a mugger interfere with your exercise program.
25. Or, heaven forbid[Sentencedict], ridicule him?
26. Post Office rules forbid employees to accept tips.
27. Who should their legislature not forbid racial discrimination on buses but permit it in restaurants?
28. The supervisory authority may forbid the publication of an offer document that is incomplete or requires additional information.
29. I hope we don't have any trouble with the car. God forbid!
30. Plainly in any less desperate case the risk of activating oncogenes would absolutely forbid the use of such a drug.
More similar words: orbit, bid, absorb, disturbing.