English words and Examples of Usage

use "prohibit" in a sentence

But these institutions' alerts don't prohibit them from flying over certain areas.

It would also prohibit registered sex offenders from having access to guest rooms.

It would prohibit ICE from signing contracts containing guaranteed-minimum provisions.

The statement said that pending lawsuits prohibit immediate destruction of the records.

And just this month he vetoed a bill that would prohibit domestic abusers from obtaining a gun.

MEHL is targeted by U.S. sanctions, which prohibit U.S. businesses from working with the group.

First, current legislation does not prohibit cross-industry operations on the communications market.

Specifically, it would prohibit more than three college students from living in a single-family home.

Discussion question: Do you think the government should take steps to prohibit the spread of pornography on the Internet?

Gabon does not prohibit all forms of human trafficking.

Provincial zoning laws prohibit the sale of farmland for any other purpose than farming.

Online poker rooms normally prohibit their use.

Claude Helvetius once said that to limit the press is to insult a nation, and to prohibit reading of certain books is to declare the inhabitants to be either fools or slaves.

Oxford University has regulations which prohibit readers bringing sheep into the library.

Parliament is debating a proposition which would prohibit smoking in public places.

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