Example sentences for: interdiction

How can you use “interdiction” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • Even if the feat could be pulled off under laboratory conditions, real-world attackers would load their missiles with decoy warheads to foil or complicate interdiction.

  • The interdiction is meaningless for English grammar (or style), having been carried over from Latin, where a preposition must accompany the word it is connected with syntactically and semantically; like the caveat concerning split infinitives, which cannot be split in Latin because, as in most other Indo-European languages, they are single words, unsplittable nuclei, unlike the atom,

  • They made their way across the border and into Tibet, contending with treacherous terrain, frostbite, hunger, robbers, and an interdiction against foreigners.

  • In any event, Clinton is now reversing the interdiction cuts.

  • Kinsey, like every other social scientist since the Enlightenment, was simply obeying the central tenet of his discipline: that the scientific study of society is possible; that the results of such study are a better basis for policy than, say, the Mosaic interdiction against homosexuality.


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