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interdiction

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of interdiction

  1. 1 an order that something not be done or used <a written interdiction against the wearing of clothing incorporating gang colors> Synonyms ban, embargo, interdict, prohibition, proscription, vetoRelated Words no-no, taboo (also tabu); constraint, inhibition, limitation, restraint, restriction; deterrent, discouragement; repression, suppression; prevention; denial, disallowance, negation, refusal, rejection; objection, protest; caveat, warning; no-no; commandment, decree, dictate, edict, injunction, mandateNear Antonyms sufferance, tolerance, toleration; allowance, allowing, authorization, clearance, consent, granting, leave, letting, license (or licence), licensing (also licencing), permission, permitting, sanction, sanctioning; approbation, approval, blessing, endorsement (also indorsement), imprimatur, OK (or okay); enabling, encouragement, facilitation, promotion, support; compliance, obedience, submission; accession, acquiescence, agreement, assentAntonyms prescription

  2. 2 the act of ordering that something not be done or used <the recent interdiction against open fires on the beach has riled summer revelers> Synonyms banning, barring, enjoining, forbidding, interdicting, prohibition, outlawing, prohibiting, proscribing, proscriptionRelated Words bidding, charging, decreeing, dictation, direction, instruction; deterrence, discouragement, dissuading; repression, suppression; coercion, compulsion, constraint, forceNear Antonyms allowance, permission, sufferance, toleration; approval, endorsement (also indorsement); authorization, clearance, license (or licence), sanction; encouragement, promotion, support; compliance, obedience, submission




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