verb (used with object)
Origin of prohibit
Examples from the Web for prohibited
Doctors are prohibited from doing what a patient needs by rigid practice guidelines.
Cervecerías Barú resolved problems with their draft system that prohibited them from selling on tap for almost seven years.House of the Witch: The Renegade Craft Brewers of Panama|Jeff Campagna|November 30, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The dispute was based on whether the fan was prohibited in the debate rules, which both campaigns had agreed on.
Last year, he booked a trip with a woman who's not his wife, which is prohibited under Orthodox law.Accusations Pile Up on Top D.C. Rabbi Barry Freundel|Steven I. Weiss|October 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The FAA prohibited commercial flights over Ukraine 24 hours later.
Acts called immoral may be prohibited in such a measure as custom recommends; provocations to immoral acts should be permitted.Philosophic Nights In Paris|Remy De Gourmont
Her lower limbs were becoming unwieldy which prohibited her taking long walks.Therese Raquin|Emile Zola
The law of Eavesdrip has had its equivalent in the Roman stillicidium, which prohibited building up to the very edge of an estate.
The probe lights glowed from the walls and ceiling, efficiently X-raying his bag and his clothing for any prohibited imports.The Cartels Jungle|Irving E. Cox, Jr.
As the practice is prohibited by the Russian Government, it is necessarily made a matter of secresy.Curiosities of Superstition|W. H. Davenport Adams
British Dictionary definitions for prohibited
Word Origin for prohibit
Word Origin and History for prohibited
early 15c., from Latin prohibitus, past participle of prohibere "to hold back, restrain" (see prohibition). Related: Prohibited; prohibiting.