Forbids [verb]

Definition of Forbids:

outlaw, prohibit an action

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Sentence/Example of Forbids:

A certain light was beginning to dawn dimly within her,—the light which, showing the way, forbids it.

Unless some rule or statute forbids, a member of a voluntary association may withdraw at any time.

Drink, friend, for you have seen enough this day to chill your veins, even if your prophet forbids wine.

I am placed between the horns of a dilemma: one lady clamours for the bare truth: another forbids me to say anything unpleasing.

And, of all the yokes, is not that of the glebe the heaviest, which forbids them to cross the boundaries of their own seigniory.

True the Prophet—on whom be peace—forbids dice; but Allah will be compassionate, and I have some about me.

When any person looked at them they hid those parts which modesty forbids to expose.

The inexorable unwritten law which forbids overt scandal sentenced me.

The natural instinct of the insect forbids its leaving the water or flying abroad if rain is threatening.

We tell him that in England the law forbids boys under sixteen to smoke, whereat they all shriek with laughter.