Need another word that means the same as “disallow”? Find 10 synonyms and 30 related words for “disallow” in this overview.
The synonyms of “Disallow” are: forbid, interdict, nix, prohibit, proscribe, veto, reject, refuse, dismiss, say no to
Disallow as a Verb
Definitions of "Disallow" as a verb
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “disallow” as a verb can have the following definitions:
- Refuse to declare valid.
- Command against.
Synonyms of "Disallow" as a verb (10 Words)
|Bar from attention or consideration.
He told his company to dismiss.
|Refuse entry to a place or area.
The cliffs forbid any easy turning movement.
|Impede (an enemy force), especially by bombing lines of communication or supply.
I have not been interdicted from consuming alcoholic beverages.
He nixed the deal just before it was to be signed.
|Formally forbid someone from doing something.
All ivory trafficking between nations is prohibited.
|Denounce or condemn.
A plaque on which were the names of proscribed traitors.
|Refuse to accept.
He s so conceited he d never believe anyone would refuse him.
|Reject with contempt.
Black people were often rejected by country clubs.
|say no to
|State as one’s opinion or judgement; declare.
|Exercise a veto against a decision or proposal.
The President vetoed the bill.
Usage Examples of "Disallow" as a verb
- He was offside and the goal was disallowed.
Associations of "Disallow" (30 Words)
|The denial and rejection of a doctrine or belief.
Abnegation of political power.
|100 bani equal 1 leu in Romania.
Her son was banned for life from the Centre.
|Be in contradiction with.
He did not contradict what he said last week.
|Coming into conflict with.
There were repeated raids by one side upon the other in contravention of treaty terms.
|Deny the truth of (something.
The views in the article have been controverted.
|Deny oneself something restrain especially from indulging in some pleasure.
Both firms deny any responsibility for the tragedy.
|Refuse to acknowledge; disclaim knowledge of; responsibility for, or association with.
The union leaders resisted pressure to disavow picket line violence.
|The denial of any responsibility or support for something; repudiation.
They know this despite their disavowals.
|Make a disclaimer about.
He disclaimed any responsibility.
|(of a circumstance or quality) make (something) impossible; prevent.
My sense of tact forbids an honest answer.
|Deny or contradict (a fact or statement.
None could gainsay her.
|Not permitted or allowed.
Their refusal to discuss the issue is impermissible.
|Attack as false or wrong.
The father does not impugn her capacity as a good mother.
|Not to be allowed or tolerated.
He held that such evidence was inadmissible.
|Prohibit or forbid (something.
A papal interdict.
|A court order prohibiting a party from doing a certain activity.
The interdiction of arms shipments.
|Prove negative; show to be false.
Alcohol negates the effects of the drug.
|Make politically neutral and thus inoffensive.
The treaty neutralized the small republic.
|Make legally null and void; invalidate.
Insulin can block the release of the hormone and thereby nullify the effects of training.
|Knowingly tell an untruth in a legal court and render oneself guilty of perjury.
She admitted that she had perjured herself.
|(of a fact or situation) make (something) impossible; prevent.
The budget agreement had prohibited any tax cuts.
Strikes remained proscribed in the armed forces.
|Claim or prove that (evidence or an accusation) is false.
But he their sharp assault right boldly did rebut.
|An instance of rebutting evidence or an accusation.
|Deny or contradict (a statement or accusation.
His voice challenging his audience to rise and refute him.
|Reject with contempt.
I reject the idea of starting a war.
Repudiate a debt.
The government eventually rescinded the directive.
|Obstruct or hinder any discussion.
The President stonewalled when he realized the plot was being uncovered by a journalist.
|A rejection by right of veto.
The royal power of veto.