prohibitory

[proh-hib-i-tawr-ee, -tohr-ee]
adjective

Origin:
1585–95; < Latin prohibitōrius restraining. See prohibit, -tory1

prohibitorily, adverb
nonprohibitorily, adverb
nonprohibitory, adjective

prohibitive, prohibitory.
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prohibitive or prohibitory (prəˈhɪbɪtɪv, prəˈhɪbɪtərɪ, -trɪ)
 
adj
1.  prohibiting or tending to prohibit
2.  (esp of prices) tending or designed to discourage sale or purchase
 
prohibitory or prohibitory
 
adj
 
pro'hibitively or prohibitory
 
adv
 
pro'hibitiveness or prohibitory
 
n

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Whatever is done in contravention of a prohibitory law is void, although the nullity be not formally directed.
The head of the facility, or designee, shall have authority to post signs of a prohibitory and directory nature.
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