Synonyms. ban criminalize illegalize debar ban criminalize nothing ask exclude ban illegalize veto command ban ban ban demand. Antonyms.

With this in mind, what does forbidden mean?

Definition of forbidden (2 of 2)

ordering (a person) not to do it do something, have something, etc., or not enter a place: prohibit him from entering the house. (to forbid something; enact a rule or law against: banning the use of lipstick; ban smoking.

Do you also know what the synonym for ban is?

Synonyms: blackball, interdict, prevent, forbid, forbid, exclude, nothing, negative, prevent, forbid , veto, foreclosure. Antonyms: allow, allow, allow, leave. prevent, preclude, rule out, forbid(verb)

Is forbidden in this way a real word?

forbidden. Forbidden is the past tense of forbid.

What is the difference between forbid and forbid?

As a verb, the difference between forbid and forbid

that is forbidden ( prohibit) while prohibiting is to prohibit; to forbid.

What is the past tense of the word forbid?

The past tense of forbid is prohibit or forbidden. The third person singular simple present indicative of prohibit is prohibit. The present participle of prohibit is prohibit. The past participle of ban is forbidden.

What is a sentence for ban?

CM 319174 My father forbids me to go out at night. CK 29514 Smoking was prohibited in the restaurant. CM 252408 I am forbidden to stay outside after 10am. Eldad 1421776 You are forbidden to touch this switch. Chrikaru 638257 A triathlon is a forbidden endurance test.

What is a forbidden word?

forbidden. If something is forbidden, it is not allowed. When you see the no swimming sign, stay out of the water. Whether used as a verb (“You forbade your friend”) or as an adjective (“The forbidden word slipped your lips”), forbidden means that something was forbidden—a no-no.

What is the present tense of prohibit?

Conjugation of ‘forbid

Base form (infinitive): Forbid
Past Simple: Forbid/Forbad
Past Participle: Forbidden
3. Person singular: Forbid
Present participle/gerund: Forbid

What is the synonym for emulation?

Emulation(n.) Synonyms: rivalry, competition, pursuit of excellence, pursuit of superiority.

What is the synonym for melodious?

Adjective. 1’a soft, melodious voice’ SYNONYMS. harmonic, melodic, melodic, musical, smooth, round, sweet-sounding, sweet, silvery, silvery, euphonious, euphonious, lyrical, soothing.

What do you mean by commandments?

Definition of the bid. 1 : an order or principle intended specifically as a general rule of action. 2 : an order issued by a lawfully constituted authority to a subordinate official.

What word means prevent or forbid?

avoid, avoid, exclude, distract, repel, forestall , fend off, fend off, fend off, fend off, fend off. prevent the occurrence of; prevent it from happening. block, block, embarrass, impede, impede, stymie, stymy.

What is the past tense of cling?

The past tense of cling is clung or clinged. The third person singular simple present indicative form of cling is clings. The present participle of clench is clench. The past participle of cling is bracketed or attached.

What does infiltrator mean?

to filter into or through; penetrate to pass through filtering. infiltrate (an organization, country, territory, or the like) covertly and gradually, particularly with hostile intent: the troops infiltrated enemy lines.

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What is an antonym?

Definition of antonyms. An antonym is a word that means the opposite of another word. For example, the antonym of “hot” may be “cold.” The word roots for the word “antonym” are the words “anti” meaning “against” or “opposite” and “onym” meaning “name”. ‘ Synonyms and antonyms are just the opposite.

How do you use the word forbidden in a sentence?

forbidden sentence examples

  1. No “permission” was necessary; it was embraced by all who had the opportunity to use it, although reasonable convention forbade one man from taking another’s device.
  2. Something stood guard within her, forbidding her pleasure.
  3. He had daily meetings that he banned her from.

What is a synonym for legitimate?

Adjective. Within, permitted or sanctioned by law. permitted. allowed; rightfully.

What are the synonyms of remedy?

Remedy(s) Synonyms: medicine, remedy, antidote, corrective, specific, restorative, panacea, alternative, carminative, drug, arcane , recipe, nostrum, elixir, balm, remedy, cure, remedy, help, relief.

What word do I mean prohibit in Latin?


What does of?

The meaning of OF. OF means “Old Fart” So now you know – OF means “Old Fart” – don’t thank us. JW! What does OF mean?