forbidding definition

  • adjective:
    • Tending or harmful to hinder development: forbidding rapids.
    • Unpleasant; disagreeable: a forbidding scowl.
    • Having a menacing aspect: forbidding thunderclouds.
    • highly unpleasant or disagreeable
    • harmful or menacing
    • Repelling method; repulsive; raising abhorrence, aversion, or dislike; disagreeable; prohibiting or interdicting
    • harshly uninviting or formidable in fashion or appearance
    • threatening or foreshadowing evil or tragic advancements
    • Tending or harmful to impede development: forbidding rapids.
    • Unpleasant; disagreeable: a forbidding scowl.
    • Having a menacing aspect: forbidding thunderclouds.
    • extremely unpleasant or disagreeable
    • threatening or menacing
    • Repelling strategy; repulsive; increasing abhorrence, aversion, or dislike; disagreeable; prohibiting or interdicting
    • harshly uninviting or solid in fashion or appearance
    • threatening or foreshadowing wicked or tragic advancements
    • Tending or harmful to hinder development: forbidding rapids.
    • Unpleasant; disagreeable: a forbidding scowl.
    • Having a menacing aspect: forbidding thunderclouds.
    • highly unpleasant or disagreeable
    • threatening or menacing
    • Repelling approach; repulsive; raising abhorrence, aversion, or dislike; disagreeable; prohibiting or interdicting
    • harshly uninviting or solid in way or appearance
    • threatening or foreshadowing bad or tragic improvements
    • Tending or harmful to impede development: forbidding rapids.
    • Tending or harmful to hinder development: forbidding rapids.
    • Unpleasant; disagreeable: a forbidding scowl.
    • Tending or threatening to hinder development: forbidding rapids.
    • Tending or harmful to impede progress: forbidding rapids.
    • Unpleasant; disagreeable: a forbidding scowl.
    • Unpleasant; disagreeable: a forbidding scowl.
    • Having a menacing aspect: forbidding thunderclouds.
    • Tending or threatening to hinder progress: forbidding rapids.
    • Unpleasant; disagreeable: a forbidding scowl.
    • Having a menacing aspect: forbidding thunderclouds.
    • Having a menacing aspect: forbidding thunderclouds.
    • Unpleasant; disagreeable: a forbidding scowl.
    • highly unpleasant or disagreeable
    • highly unpleasant or disagreeable
    • Having a menacing aspect: forbidding thunderclouds.
    • threatening or menacing
    • Having a menacing aspect: forbidding thunderclouds.
    • harmful or menacing
    • highly unpleasant or disagreeable
    • very unpleasant or disagreeable
    • threatening or menacing
    • threatening or menacing
    • Repelling strategy; repulsive; raising abhorrence, aversion, or dislike; disagreeable; prohibiting or interdicting
    • Repelling approach; repulsive; increasing abhorrence, aversion, or dislike; disagreeable; prohibiting or interdicting
    • Repelling method; repulsive; increasing abhorrence, aversion, or dislike; disagreeable; prohibiting or interdicting
    • Repelling approach; repulsive; increasing abhorrence, aversion, or dislike; disagreeable; prohibiting or interdicting
    • Tending or harmful to impede development: forbidding rapids.
    • Tending or threatening to hinder progress: forbidding rapids.
    • highly unpleasant or disagreeable
    • harshly uninviting or formidable in manner or appearance
    • harshly uninviting or solid in way or look
    • threatening or menacing
    • threatening or foreshadowing evil or tragic improvements
    • harshly uninviting or formidable in way or appearance
    • Unpleasant; disagreeable: a forbidding scowl.
    • threatening or foreshadowing evil or tragic developments
    • Tending or harmful to impede progress: forbidding rapids.
    • harshly uninviting or formidable in manner or appearance
    • Unpleasant; disagreeable: a forbidding scowl.
    • threatening or foreshadowing evil or tragic improvements
    • Having a menacing aspect: forbidding thunderclouds.
    • harmful or foreshadowing evil or tragic advancements
    • Repelling strategy; repulsive; increasing abhorrence, aversion, or dislike; disagreeable; prohibiting or interdicting
    • Unpleasant; disagreeable: a forbidding scowl.
    • Having a menacing aspect: forbidding thunderclouds.
    • extremely unpleasant or disagreeable
    • Having a menacing aspect: forbidding thunderclouds.
    • extremely unpleasant or disagreeable
    • threatening or menacing
    • very unpleasant or disagreeable
    • threatening or menacing
    • threatening or menacing
    • harshly uninviting or solid in fashion or appearance
    • Repelling method; repulsive; raising abhorrence, aversion, or dislike; disagreeable; prohibiting or interdicting
    • harmful or foreshadowing bad or tragic developments
    • Repelling approach; repulsive; raising abhorrence, aversion, or dislike; disagreeable; prohibiting or interdicting
    • Repelling approach; repulsive; raising abhorrence, aversion, or dislike; disagreeable; prohibiting or interdicting
    • harshly uninviting or solid in way or appearance
    • harshly uninviting or formidable in fashion or look
    • harmful or foreshadowing bad or tragic improvements
    • harshly uninviting or solid in fashion or appearance
    • threatening or foreshadowing wicked or tragic improvements
    • threatening or foreshadowing bad or tragic developments
  • verb:
    • provide participle of forbid.
    • provide participle of forbid.
    • provide participle of forbid.
    • Present participle of forbid.
    • Present participle of forbid.
    • Present participle of forbid.
    • provide participle of forbid.
    • Present participle of forbid.
    • provide participle of forbid.
    • Present participle of forbid.
    • Present participle of forbid.
  • others:
    • Repelling method; repellent; repulsive; raising aversion or dislike; disagreeable: as, a forbidding aspect; forbidding climate; forbidding manners.
    • Synonyms Unpleasant, displeasing, unpleasant, odious, abhorrent, repellent.
    • Repelling approach; repellent; repulsive; increasing aversion or dislike; disagreeable: because, a forbidding aspect; forbidding climate; forbidding ways.
    • Synonyms Unpleasant, displeasing, unpleasant, odious, abhorrent, repellent.
    • Repelling strategy; repellent; repulsive; raising aversion or dislike; disagreeable: as, a forbidding aspect; forbidding weather condition; forbidding manners.
    • Synonyms Unpleasant, displeasing, offensive, odious, abhorrent, repellent.
    • Repelling strategy; repellent; repulsive; increasing aversion or dislike; disagreeable: because, a forbidding aspect; forbidding weather; forbidding ways.
    • Repelling strategy; repellent; repulsive; increasing aversion or dislike; disagreeable: because, a forbidding aspect; forbidding weather; forbidding ways.
    • Synonyms Unpleasant, displeasing, offensive, odious, abhorrent, repellent.
    • Repelling approach; repellent; repulsive; increasing aversion or dislike; disagreeable: as, a forbidding aspect; forbidding weather; forbidding manners.
    • Synonyms Unpleasant, displeasing, unpleasant, odious, abhorrent, repellent.
    • Repelling approach; repellent; repulsive; increasing aversion or dislike; disagreeable: because, a forbidding aspect; forbidding weather condition; forbidding manners.
    • Synonyms Unpleasant, displeasing, unpleasant, odious, abhorrent, repellent.
    • Synonyms Unpleasant, displeasing, unpleasant, odious, abhorrent, repellent.
    • Repelling method; repellent; repulsive; increasing aversion or dislike; disagreeable: since, a forbidding aspect; forbidding weather; forbidding ways.
    • Synonyms Unpleasant, displeasing, offensive, odious, abhorrent, repellent.
    • Repelling strategy; repellent; repulsive; raising aversion or dislike; disagreeable: because, a forbidding aspect; forbidding weather condition; forbidding ways.
    • Synonyms Unpleasant, displeasing, offensive, odious, abhorrent, repellent.
    • Repelling method; repellent; repulsive; raising aversion or dislike; disagreeable: as, a forbidding aspect; forbidding climate; forbidding manners.
    • Repelling approach; repellent; repulsive; increasing aversion or dislike; disagreeable: because, a forbidding aspect; forbidding climate; forbidding manners.
    • Synonyms Unpleasant, displeasing, offensive, odious, abhorrent, repellent.
    • Synonyms Unpleasant, displeasing, unpleasant, odious, abhorrent, repellent.
  • noun:
    • the official prohibition or edict against one thing
    • the state prohibition or edict against something
    • an official prohibition or edict against something
    • the state prohibition or edict against anything
    • the official prohibition or edict against anything
    • an official prohibition or edict against anything
    • the state prohibition or edict against anything
    • the official prohibition or edict against anything
    • the state prohibition or edict against something
    • an official prohibition or edict against something
    • the state prohibition or edict against some thing

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