Great are thy Vertues, doubtless, best of Fruits, Though kept from Man, & worthy to be admir'd, Whose taste, too long forborn, at first assay Gave elocution to the mute, and taught The Tongue not made for Speech to speak thy praise: Thy praise hee also who forbids
thy use, Conceales not from us, naming thee the Tree Of Knowledge, knowledge both of good and evil; Forbids
us then to taste, but his forbidding Commends thee more, while it inferrs the good By thee communicated, and our want: For good unknown, sure is not had, or had And yet unknown, is as not had at all.
You would forbid
me to hope, monsieur; consequently you would not forbid
me to die.
Concerning the one in question, therefore, I have only to add -- aware that the rules of composition forbid
the introduction of a character not connected with my fable -- that this was the very gentleman whose negligent servant left behind him that collection of washing-bills, resulting from a long visit at Northanger, by which my heroine was involved in one of her most alarming adventures.
It is also absurd for those who promote a community of children to forbid
those who love each other from indulging themselves in the last excesses of that passion, while they do not restrain them from the passion itself, or those intercourses which are of all things most improper, between a Father and a son, a brother and a brother, and indeed the thing itself is most absurd.
These Witches and Magicians caused so much trouble among my people, often using their powers for evil rather than good, that I decided to forbid
anyone to practice magic or sorcery except Glinda the Good and her assistant, the Wizard of Oz, both of whom I can trust to use their arts only to benefit my people and to make them happier.
a woman to do anything, and she does it directly--be cause you have forbidden her.
Grace raised a warning hand for the second time, and issued another command: "I forbid
you to be seated in my presence.
I replied; and even if they are not, but only appear to be so to the person who is asked, ought he not to say what he thinks, whether you and I forbid
him or not?
Nevertheless, I forbid
you, I distinctly forbid
your tampering with my ship.
A certain light was beginning to dawn dimly within her,--the light which, showing the way, forbids
A rule which forbids
social intercourse between members of different corps is strict.
In illustration of this latter peculiarity, I may cite the law which forbids
a female to enter a canoe--a prohibition which prevails upon all the northern Marquesas Islands.