prohibited

adjective
pro·hib·it·ed | \ prō-ˈhi-bə-təd , prə- \

Definition of prohibited 

: not permitted : forbidden by authority The police can arrest anybody found in the vicinity of prohibited drugs, whether he's an innocent visitor or the real culprit. —Joel Fort … it did not now provide an objective standard for differentiating between permitted and prohibited conduct. —David Nadvorney

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circa 1532, in the meaning defined above

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