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  • adj. Not prohibited.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Not prohibited; not forbidden; lawful.


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un- +‎ prohibited


  • I don't like Yasmin but I think it is great to see debate unprohibited by TV's rules and regulations and it is refreshing to see someone stand up and say what they think rather than giving the usual politicians answer.

    Very Cross Talk on 18 Doughty Street

  • But in addition, it becomes possible for someone to find a new, unprohibited use for that tool.

    The Speculist: More on the Summit

  • We are in a position to tell him something that still remains unprohibited.

    In the Sweet Dry and Dry

  • WALLACE IRWIN is irrepressibly jocose (perhaps because he sailed for unprohibited England the day his manuscript was delivered), breaking into quite undisciplined verse anent the rosiness of life since the red light laws went blue.


  • One refined method of opprobrium was the unprohibited sale in the main streets of Berlin of spittoons bearing the countenance of the English Colonial Minister, Mr. Chamberlain.

    William of Germany

  • Young as she is, she will soon be sought after by numbers; to one of which, the amiable tenderness of her disposition, unprohibited by prudence, may impel her to give her partiality; and should I, through my own forbearance, shut myself from a chance of this truly desirable election, I think it might greatly hurt me in more respects than one.

    Vicissitudes in Genteel Life


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