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Sentence count:91+7 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-02-28Updated:2017-02-28
Synonym: balefulbanbanningdourforbiddancegrimmenacingminaciousminatoryominoussinisterthreateningSimilar words: forbidmorbidityabidingaddingwaddingweddingsheddingproddingMeaning: [fər'bɪdɪŋ /fə'-]  n. an official prohibition or edict against something. adj. 1. harshly uninviting or formidable in manner or appearance 2. threatening or foreshadowing evil or tragic developments. 
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1 Parliament has passed an Act forbidding the killing of rare animals.
2 Concealed by a forbidding row of security guards, the pop-star left the building.
3 We sailed past the island's rather dark and forbidding cliffs.
4 He had a rather forbidding[], saturnine manner.
5 The authorities issued a proclamation forbidding public meetings.
6 He was a tall, austere, forbidding figure.
7 His face was forbidding, even hostile.
8 The house looked dark and forbidding.
9 There was something a little severe and forbidding about her face.
10 There is a clause in the contract forbidding tenants to sublet.
11 The emperor issued an edict forbidding doing trade with foreigners.
12 She obtained a restraining order forbidding her partner from seeing their two children.
13 Parliament has passed an act forbidding the slaughter of animals for pleasure.
14 The emperor issued an edict forbidding anyone to leave the city.
15 The town council passed a law forbidding the distribution of handbills.
16 She certainly wasn't in this forbidding place by choice.
17 The school was a large,[] rather forbidding building.
18 They are in forbidding, hostile territory.
19 The wood-panelled den looked dark and forbidding.
20 No animals moved on this forbidding land.
21 The mountains looked more forbidding as we got closer.
22 Congress left itself the option of forbidding line-item vetoes of major program appropriations, such as funding more Stealth bombers.
23 In the cold dawn light, the castle looked stark and forbidding.
24 With storm clouds rushing over them, the mountains looked dark and forbidding.
25 In the past, the region had been protected by its forbidding geography and the extremities of its climate.
26 Classic gothic tale complete with governess heroine, malevolent atmosphere, and forbidding mansion.
27 The good doctor threw back his head and laughed merrily, the sound echoing strangely in that dark, forbidding hall.
28 The trees seemed taller and closer together; the spaces between them darker and more forbidding.
29 He shudders still with the memory of the loss of his forefathers upon its scorching deserts and forbidding mountain-tops.
30 Betty was the Blue Girl, with a hawk-wing swoop of black hat, forbidding gaze, hands grasping the white chair.
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