The warrants too often precluded the clients from securing shelter and services, and access to job programs.
Regrettably, I am precluded from discussing the settlement—other than to say that we were satisfied.
It would have gotten him off the street, and nothing would have precluded the state police from further investigation.
Furthermore, it virtually would have precluded the possibility of a Middle East peace process that involves land for peace.
Her refusal to just say she did it precluded her from simply saying she was sorry she did it, and she was twice denied clemency.
Having read this section, Mr. B. said it was explicit, and precluded argument.
It follows that judgments are precluded and criticism is silenced.
Every intellect was precluded by prejudice, and every heart preoccupied by passion.
She was a woman with a hobby, which precluded the thought of marriage.
Mary looked at her helplessly; there was a finality in her tone which precluded the possibility of any advance.