Definitions

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  • adjective Prohibited or forbidden.
  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of interdict.

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Examples

  • Ask the former governor of Helmand, aka anti-Soviet freedom fighter, what happened after he was accidentally 'interdicted' with a few tons of opium is his mansion.

    Veterans Today

  • "the two-witness principle" interdicted "imputation of _incriminating acts_ to the accused by circumstantial evidence or by the testimony of a single witness," [733] even though the single witness in question was the accused himself.

    The Constitution of the United States of America: Analysis and Interpretation Annotations of Cases Decided by the Supreme Court of the United States to June 30, 1952

  • He added, "Regrettably, its effects will be felt for years to come as weapons that should have been interdicted, but were not, continue to show up at crime scenes in this country and Mexico."

    Holder Defends Stance in Gun-Running Probe

  • If the Virginians had recognized the seasonal nature of Indian warfare, they could have concentrated their resources and interdicted invasion routes when raids could be expected.

    George Washington’s First War

  • Doctor (Mr Young) talks of good wine and the Country; the former the tax gatherers have interdicted, and the latter is all against me as to season, and the power of efficaciously enjoying it.

    Letter 246

  • By sealing off access to the sky from the Libyan Air Forces, NATO by way of its military intervention successfully interdicted Gadhafi's ability to reach Benghazi, the NTC's de-facto headquarters, where he had pledged to crush the rebels "like rats."

    Ryan Berger: NATO and Libya: A Model

  • If the Virginians had recognized the seasonal nature of Indian warfare, they could have concentrated their resources and interdicted invasion routes when raids could be expected.

    George Washington’s First War

  • If the Virginians had recognized the seasonal nature of Indian warfare, they could have concentrated their resources and interdicted invasion routes when raids could be expected.

    George Washington’s First War

  • If the Virginians had recognized the seasonal nature of Indian warfare, they could have concentrated their resources and interdicted invasion routes when raids could be expected.

    George Washington’s First War

  • By sealing off access to the sky from the Libyan Air Forces, NATO by way of its military intervention successfully interdicted Gadhafi's ability to reach Benghazi, the NTC's de-facto headquarters, where he had pledged to crush the rebels "like rats."

    Ryan Berger: NATO and Libya: A Model

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