Origin of interdict
OTHER WORDS FROM interdictin·ter·dic·tor, nounun·in·ter·dict·ed, adjective
Words nearby interdict
How to use interdict in a sentence
Foreign security sector support can and should include efforts to interdict poachers.The Curse of CAR: Warlords, Blood Diamonds, and Dead Elephants|Christopher Day|May 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Excommunications were again hurled at Bruce and his bishops, and Scotland was laid under ecclesiastical interdict.King Robert the Bruce|A. F. Murison
The Interdict included you with Mordred; it is not to be removed while you remain alive.
Mordred attacked; the Bishop of Canterbury dropped down on him with the Interdict.
We imagined we had educated it out of them; they thought so, too; the Interdict woke them up like a thunderclap!
Is reason so largely developed in the great mass of men that the priests should interdict its use as dangerous?Letters To Eugenia|Paul Henri Thiry Holbach
British Dictionary definitions for interdict
- an order of a praetor commanding or forbidding an act
- the procedure by which this order was sought