- God forbid!
- I forbid you smoking!
- I forbid you to leave.
- I forbid you to smoke.
- Heaven forbid! That would be disastrous.
- I forbid smoking in my room.
- Once and for all, I forbid it.
- His ex-wife obtained a court order that forbid him from coming closer than 200 yards.
- I cannot forbid a person to marry several wives, for it does not contradict Scripture.
- EAFPA stresses that the aid measures at issue distort the market and calls on the Commission to forbid the aid and to seek its recovery.
- If a speaker exceeds his allotted speaking time, the President may, after an initial call to order, forbid him to speak.
- forbid any contact between the Agency and the tenderer during the procedure, save, exceptionally and, where provision is made for an on-the-spot visit, specify the arrangements for such a visit.
- forbid any contact between the contracting authority and the tenderer during the procedure, save, exceptionally and, where provision is made for an on-the-spot visit, specify the arrangements for such a visit.
- The Member State which declares that the case referred to in paragraph 2 has arisen may forbid the placing on the market and putting into service of the instruments concerned until further notice.
- If a speaker has already been called to order twice in the same debate, the President may, on the third occasion, forbid him to speak for the remainder of the debate on the same subject.