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Definition of "impermissible" []

  • Not permitted; not permissible: impermissible behavior. (adjective)
  • Not permissible; not allowed (adjective)

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Use "impermissible" in a sentence
  • "To say that something is done by right in Spinoza's sense is to say that there is nothing in virtue of which that action can be judged impermissible, which is different from judging the action to be appropriate according to some new normative standard."
  • "Players' attorney Jeffrey Kessler, who also represented the NFL players, was named in the NBA's lawsuit for his use of what the league called an "impermissible pressure tactic" that has had a "direct, immediate and harmful" effect on CBA talks."
  • "Players' lawyer Jeffrey Kessler, who also represented the NFL players, was named in the NBA's lawsuit for his use of what the league called an "impermissible pressure tactic" that has had a "direct, immediate and harmful" effect on CBA talks."