Definition of impermissible in English:

impermissible

Line breaks: im|per¦mis|sible
Pronunciation: /ɪmpəˈmɪsɪb(ə)l
 
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adjective

Not permitted or allowed: forcing a woman to continue a pregnancy that will almost certainly kill her is impermissible
More example sentences
  • This again is criticised as an impermissible extension to the exceptions to the ‘presumption of quantification’ in the new Code.
  • All told, though, I think a strong case could be made that such inquiries would all involve an impermissible invasion of the couple's privacy.
  • Where to draw the line between permissible detention or taking of property and impermissible detention or taking of property is a hard question.

Derivatives

impermissibility

Pronunciation: /-ˈbɪlɪti/
noun
More example sentences
  • The petitioners are right in their submission with regard to impermissibility of collecting cess in this regard.
  • He believes that the peoples of the world are stumbling toward an unprecedented consensus on the impermissibility of certain gross collective ‘war crimes’ and ‘crimes against humanity.’
  • You should approach your family members politely first and explain the impermissibility of their actions.

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