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Sentence count:72+3 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-02-17Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: bardeterexcludeforbidpreventprohibitshut outSimilar words: secludesecludedpreclusionincludeexcludeconcludeconcludedpreludeMeaning: [prɪ'kluːd]  v. 1. keep from happening or arising; make impossible 2. make impossible, especially beforehand. 
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1. A prior engagement will preclude me from coming.
2. Their move does not preclude others from investing.
3. We try to preclude any possibility of misunderstanding.
4. These conditions preclude our taking part in the negotiations.
5. The temporary cease-fire agreement does not preclude possible retaliatory attacks later.
6. Age alone will not preclude him from standing as a candidate.
7. Lack of evidence may preclude a trial.
8. Something totally unforeseen could occur to preclude it.
9. But political neutrality did not preclude profitable commerce.
10. Space and resources preclude an exhaustive or even an extensive comparative study in this work.
11. But while public provision does not preclude charitable giving[], the existence of the profit motive in any service usually does.
12. Was it not too restrictive to preclude the possibility that forces of greater intensity had acted in the past?
13. Open gates invite attention and disequilibration; closed gates preclude attention and disequilibration.
14. Did her unkempt condition preclude making a quest out of her?
15. Commercial considerations presumably preclude any cruel or unpleasant side to his character.
16. But there is nothing to preclude a charge being brought under section 5 even though the arrest was not effected under the section.
17. Limitations of space preclude a lengthy dissertation on what is a vast subject.
18. This would not preclude close working relations between purchasers and providers working closely to improve quality.
19. The many complications seem to preclude this even though the importance of success is as great as ever.
20. This would not preclude the Home Secretary from completing the preparation of the rest of the Bill.
21. The fact that your application was not successful this time does not preclude the possibility of you applying again next time.
22. Your failure to become a member this year does not preclude the possibility of you / your applying next year.
23. In some instances the imperatives of lower order needs may preclude the possibility of following higher order needs. 4.
24. It is not known at this time if his injuries will preclude his full participation in the election campaign.
25. Failure to benefit from some union policies need not preclude membership if advantages accrue from other union policies.
26. The dynamics and parameter values could be selected to exhibit chaos; or they could be selected to preclude chaos.
27. Metaphors are essentially open ended because the interpreter can never preclude the possibility of discovering further analogical insight.
28. As a matter of strict law, party elections can neither preclude nor pre-empt the prerogative of choice.
29. Their limited national horizons and bureaucratic rivalries and material interests preclude it.
30. The occurence of acute hepatic impairment with intravenous amiodarone does not necessarily preclude the use of this drug by mouth.
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