verb (used with object), con·tra·in·di·cat·ed, con·tra·in·di·cat·ing. Medicine/Medical.
Origin of contraindicate
Examples from the Web for contraindication
The existence of the pin-hole pupil is also a contraindication to its employment.
Nevertheless, heart disease, if at all serious, is a contraindication to marriage.Woman|William J. Robinson
Quinia in small doses and stimulants are appropriate whenever there is no contraindication to their employment.
This contraindication exists in respect to all hepatic stimulants.
Therefore, a contraindication to cold bathing must be found at once in cold feet, either before or after a bath.