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Sentence count:168+2 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-11-07Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: banforbiddanceinhibitionprohibition eraproscriptionSimilar words: prohibitexhibitioninhibitexhibitinhibitedambitiouseditionpositionMeaning: [‚prəʊɪ'bɪʃn]  n. 1. a law forbidding the sale of alcoholic beverages 2. a decree that prohibits something 3. the period from 1920 to 1933 when the sale of alcoholic beverages was prohibited in the United States by a constitutional amendment 4. refusal to approve or assent to 5. the action of prohibiting or inhibiting or forbidding (or an instance thereof). 
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1. The prohibition order meant that the book could not be sold in this country.
2. They voted in favour of the prohibition of smoking in public areas.
3. Prohibition was abolished in 1933.
4. The environmental group is demanding a complete prohibition against the hunting of whales.
5. Paradoxically, the prohibition of liquor caused an increase in alcoholism.
6. London Transport has announced a prohibition on smoking on buses.
7. It also provides certain exceptions to the general prohibition.
8. Home-brewing is also making its biggest comeback since Prohibition.
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9. Prohibition did wonders to establish organised crime.
10. A more modern one is the prohibition of lotteries.
11. The cats too, were under prohibition, confined to quarters.
12. Under current laws there is no such prohibition.
13. The teachers argued that this prohibition violated their rights.
14. It recommended that the prohibition on contingency fees and other forms of incentive should be re-examined.
15. An absolute prohibition against assignment is less popular than a qualified prohibition which requires a landlord not to withhold consent unreasonably.
16. Mr Sharpe has the right idea that prohibition fails to accomplish its goals.
17. Second, the Orphic prohibition against killing stands in marked contrast to the Titans' devouring Dionysos.
18. This prohibition applies to all proceedings under s34 including applications to vary or discharge existing orders.
19. They include a prohibition on management advisory services, and rotation of auditors.
20. Prohibition killed all but a handful of regional breweries and the well-known industrial giants.
21. Although a total prohibition exists for the third category above, special circumstances may exist for the first two services.
22. It's my feeling that the money spent on drug prohibition would be better spent on information and education.
23. Next year will be the 60th anniversary of the repeal of Prohibition.
24. Use of the drug has not declined since its prohibition.
25. Not surprisingly, the shorter the lease, the more severe the prohibition becomes.
26. He has made more business for an undertaker than any other one thing, with the exception of Prohibition.
27. There is also an instructive history in the condemnation and prohibition of books by the medieval church.
28. This is a simple rule, and for 40 years the vast majority of charitable organizations have strictly observed the prohibition.
29. This attitude is linked to their refusal to accept that the prohibition of inhumane weapons applies to nuclear weapons.
30. Another significant aspect of the meeting was the openness of debate. Prohibition was not unquestioningly supported.
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