What is another word for unallowed?

Pronunciation: [ʌnɐlˈa͡ʊd] (IPA)

The word "unallowed" is often used to describe something that is prohibited or not permitted. However, there are a multitude of synonyms that can be used to express this concept. Some examples include "forbidden," "proscribed," "barred," "restricted," "banned," "not sanctioned," "out of bounds," "off-limits," "not authorized," "taboo," "illegal," "unauthorized," "verboten," and "no go." Each of these terms can convey the idea of something that is not allowed or permitted, but may also carry different connotations or implications depending on the context in which they are used.

Usage examples for Unallowed

For he realised that he had come within their outer precincts unallowed.
"The Unknown Sea"
Clemence Housman
Against suspicion of some reservation he was constrained to swear faith under dictation; also the order of his going was ruled minutely, with warning that the lifting of a hand unallowed would be instantly fatal.
"The Unknown Sea"
Clemence Housman
Was it the unrecognized, unallowed sense, that the one of all the world who most longed to have him obey that word, might be to- day beyond seeing him obey it - for ever?
"Hills of the Shatemuc"
Susan Warner

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