Banning [verb]

Definition of Banning:

officially forbid

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Sentence/Example of Banning:

Lieutenant Banning, mopping his brow, stepped forward to felicitate his commanding officer.

When dawn broke Carver and Banning, up with the sun, uttered an almost simultaneous exclamation.

They want young Banning in it and the matter was about settled when we came away, but the payments will run over several years.

Mrs. Banning has written a novel which will 253 surprise those who remember her only by her first novel, This Marrying.

My heart's in my work, Banning; I'm not eager to undergo political eclipse at forty.

Banning was three miles away, and Willard wasnt sure he could even get back to his room before going to sleep!

A plunge at the center, with the whole Banning backfield behind the quarter, who carried, yielded most of two yards.

Mr. Cade ran in a substitute left end and a substitute left tackle then, and Banning slowed up.

The opening of these new outlets and mines of wealth was wholly due to the forecast and perseverance of Mr. Banning.

In a short time, the shipping there gave evidence of Banning's wonderful go-ahead spirit.