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Prohibitory vs Inhibitive - What's the difference?

prohibitory | inhibitive | Synonyms |

Prohibitory is a synonym of inhibitive.


As adjectives the difference between prohibitory and inhibitive

is that prohibitory is that serves to prohibit or forbid while inhibitive is that inhibits.

Inhibitive vs Suppressive - What's the difference?

inhibitive | suppressive | Related terms |

Inhibitive is a related term of suppressive.


As adjectives the difference between inhibitive and suppressive

is that inhibitive is that inhibits while suppressive is that serves to suppress.

Inhibitive vs Forbidding - What's the difference?

inhibitive | forbidding | Related terms |

Inhibitive is a related term of forbidding.


As adjectives the difference between inhibitive and forbidding

is that inhibitive is that inhibits while forbidding is highly unpleasant or disagreeable.

As a verb forbidding is

.

As a noun forbidding is

the act by which something is forbidden; a prohibition.

Inhibitive vs Restraining - What's the difference?

inhibitive | restraining | Related terms |

Inhibitive is a related term of restraining.


As an adjective inhibitive

is that inhibits.

As a verb restraining is

.

As a noun restraining is

the act by which someone or something is restrained.

Inhibitive vs Hindering - What's the difference?

inhibitive | hindering | Related terms |

Inhibitive is a related term of hindering.


As an adjective inhibitive

is that inhibits.

As a verb hindering is

.

Inhibitive vs Inadmissible - What's the difference?

inhibitive | inadmissible | Related terms |

Inhibitive is a related term of inadmissible.


As adjectives the difference between inhibitive and inadmissible

is that inhibitive is that inhibits while inadmissible is not admissible, especially that cannot be admitted as evidence at a trial.

Inhibitive vs Circumscriptive - What's the difference?

inhibitive | circumscriptive | Related terms |

Inhibitive is a related term of circumscriptive.


As adjectives the difference between inhibitive and circumscriptive

is that inhibitive is that inhibits while circumscriptive is that circumscribes or outlines.

Inhibitive vs Enjoining - What's the difference?

inhibitive | enjoining | Related terms |

Inhibitive is a related term of enjoining.


As an adjective inhibitive

is that inhibits.

As a verb enjoining is

.

Inhibitive vs Prohibitiveampflash - What's the difference?

inhibitive | prohibitiveampflash |

Terms vs Inhibitive - What's the difference?

terms | inhibitive |


As a noun terms

is .

As an adjective inhibitive is

that inhibits.

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