unpermissible

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

un- +‎ permissible

Adjective[edit]

unpermissible (comparative more unpermissible, superlative most unpermissible)

  1. Not permissible.
    • 1910, Algernon Blackwood, The Wendigo[1]:
      For this was unpermissible, foolish, dangerous, and he meant to stop it in the bud.
    • 1919, Lucas Malet, Deadham Hard[2]:
      For not only did he find it piteous; but unseemly, unpermissible somehow, yet marvellously sweet, startling him out of all preconceived light diplomatic plans, plucking shrewdly at his complacently unawakened heart.

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