Examples from the Web for interdiction
Hence comes the interdiction against eating the sacred animals or vegetables, and especially those serving as totems.The Elementary Forms of the Religious Life|Emile Durkheim
As they had already declined to do so, the force of the interdiction is not apparent.The Christ|John Eleazer Remsburg
He thought it would be proper to inquire into the expediency of doing away at once, by law, all interdiction of commerce.
If Longman had been alone, she would have told him the truth in spite of Braun's interdiction.Comrade Yetta|Albert Edwards
My rage made me forget for the moment the article in the decree of the Emperor—the interdiction to strike a subject.From Paris to Pekin over Siberian Snows|Victor Meignan
British Dictionary definitions for interdiction
Word Origin and History for interdiction
mid-15c., enterdiccioun, from Latin interdictionem (nominative interdictio) "prohibition, interdiction," noun of action from past participle stem of interdicere (see interdict).