prohibition

43 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[pɹəhɪbˈɪʃən], [pɹəhɪbˈɪʃən], [p_ɹ_ə_h_ɪ_b_ˈɪ_ʃ_ə_n]

Synonyms:

denial (noun)

contradiction, denial, disavowal, refusal, refutation, rejection, repudiation, veto.

exclusion (noun)

abscission, amputation, ban, banishment, boycott, deportation, disallowance, disbarment, ejection, elimination, eradication, excision, exclusion, excommunication, exile, expatriation, extradition, forbiddance, ostracism, proscription, relegation, removal, renouncement.

prohibition (noun)

bar, blockade, constraint, curtailment, disapproval, inhibition, injunction, preclusion, prevention, restraint, restriction, suppression.

Rhymes for Prohibition:

  1. titian, mission, fission;
  2. munition, mortician, addition, admission, rendition, dentition, condition, contrition, optician, remission, commission, sedition, transmission, musician, nutrition, partition, patrician, volition, permission, position, physician, ambition, fruition, technician, tuition, attrition, tradition, transition, logician, petition, cognition, recission, ignition, omission, audition, emission, suspicion, submission, magician;
  3. expedition, exhibition, abolition, acquisition, proposition, demolition, composition, definition, inhibition, premonition, competition, recognition, statistician, exposition, extradition, inquisition, intermission, supposition, intuition, politician, opposition, admonition, dietitian, reposition, superstition, ammunition, requisition, rhetorician, electrician, obstetrician, coalition, precondition, disposition, imposition, apparition, deposition, repetition, recondition, erudition;
  4. juxtaposition, pediatrician, presupposition, theoretician, predisposition, geriatrician, decomposition, academician;

Quotes for Prohibition:

  1. The current prohibition laws are forcing drug disputes to be played out with guns in our streets. We need to put a stop to this criminal drug element in our country. Gary Johnson.
  2. Regardless of what one's attitude towards prohibition may be, temperance is something against which, at a time of war, no reasonable protest can be made. William Lyon Mackenzie King.
  3. Instead of giving money to found colleges to promote learning, why don't they pass a constitutional amendment prohibiting anybody from learning anything? If it works as good as the Prohibition one did, why, in five years we would have the smartest race of people on earth. Will Rogers.