Examples of impermissible in a Sentence
Such behavior is impermissible under the new guidelines.
an impermissible breach of etiquette
Recent Examples of impermissible from the Web
Defensive tackle Larry Gillard was declared ineligible for receiving impermissible benefits.
Archbishop McCarthy is facing stiff penalties after an FHSAA investigation found the school's state champion baseball team fielded ineligible players who received impermissible benefits.
Outcome:UK issued the coach a letter of admonishment, assessed a 2-for-1 penalty to count the impermissible evaluation as three of the seven recruiting opportunities for the prospect and removed the coach from off-campus recruiting for three days.
Players deemed ineligible would be those involved in the sex parties, which are considered impermissible benefits.
Ole Miss is accused to arranging payment of $13,000-$15,000 to Lewis, among other impermissible benefits.
In both cases, the New York State Public Employment Relations Board ruled last year that the city’s taking away their parking permits without negotiations was impermissible and ordered that they be reinstated.
Oliver Antigua provided two recruits (whose names were redacted in documents) with two nights hotel lodging, two to five nights at Oliver Antigua's home, meals and local transportation, which are acts that are considered impermissible by the NCAA.
That would not, on its face, rule the language impermissible as part of the reconciliation bill.
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IMPERMISSIBLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of impermissible for English Language Learners
: not allowed or permitted : not permissible
Legal Definition of impermissible
: not permissible
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