Origin of prohibition
SYNONYMS FOR prohibition
Related formspro·hi·bi·tion·ar·y, adjectivean·ti·pro·hi·bi·tion, adjective, nounnon·pro·hi·bi·tion, nounpre·pro·hi·bi·tion, noun
Examples from the Web for anti-prohibition
Grady would speak at prohibition rallies and, sometimes on the same night, Howell would speak at anti-prohibition rallies.American Adventures|Julian Street
Mr. Fritter's legal training aids him in presenting a clear, polished, and logical arraignment of anti-prohibition hypocrisy.Writings in the United Amateur, 1915-1922|Howard Phillips Lovecraft
The average Scot, says an Anti-Prohibition writer, cannot stand many drinks.
British Dictionary definitions for anti-prohibition (1 of 2)
Derived FormsProhibitionist, noun
British Dictionary definitions for anti-prohibition (2 of 2)
Derived Formsprohibitionary, adjective
Culture definitions for anti-prohibition
The outlawing of alcoholic beverages nationwide from 1920 to 1933, under an amendment to the Constitution. The amendment, enforced by the Volstead Act, was repealed by another amendment to the Constitution in 1933.