Synonyms for Ban:
n.decline, not brook something, clamp down. hush, show, stifle, black out. •ban (noun)
cast out, censor, ostracize, blackball, banish, proscription, shun, banning, forbiddance, ostracise, prohibition, bachelor of arts in nursing, forbidding, interdiction.
ejection, amputation, relegation, banishment, expatriation, exclusion, repudiation, rejection, abscission, extradition, prohibition, Disallowance, proscription, excommunication, ostracism, deportation, forbiddance, removal, renouncement, disbarment, denial, eradication, boycott, excision, elimination, exile.
limitation, taboo, embargo.
•official forbiddance (noun)
embargo, boycott, prohibition, interdiction, suppression, limitation, restriction, injunction, taboo, refusal, proscription.
disapproval, injunction, blockade, refusal, prevention, preclusion, curtailment, inhibition, restraint, suppression, constraint, restriction.
refusal, renouncement, forbiddance.
daunt, depress, deter, dissuade, admonish, prevent, dampen, disincline, dishearten, inhibit, avert, intimidate, chill, check, discourage, deflect, derail, bar, restrain, divert.
eject, disallow, remove, forbid, proscribe, disbar, amputate, exclude, blacklist, extradite, prohibit, excommunicate, eliminate, ostracize, blackball, expatriate, repudiate, relegate, renounce, reject, evict, expel, disqualify, eradicate, banish, deport, deny, ignore, excise, oust.
•officially forbid (verb)
enjoin, exclude, prohibit, disallow, bar, restrict, suppress, blackball, inhibit, prevent, proscribe, banish, interdict, outlaw.
curb, disapprove, block, preclude, outlaw, oppress, control, curtail, refuse, suppress, constrain, restrict.
clamp down, embargo. interdict, silence. dismissal, enjoin. debar, hush, stifle, challenge. resistance. •destroy
•Other relevant words:
debar, enjoin, interdict, forbidding, interdiction, embargo, banning, ostracise, bachelor of arts in nursing, black out, limitation, dismissal, cast out, taboo, stifle, shun, censor, hush, resistance.
Usage examples for ban
As I greatly admired Wendell Phillips, and appreciated his good opinion, I was surprised and humiliated to find myself under the ban of his disapprobation. – Eighty Years And More; Reminiscences 1815-1897 by Elizabeth Cady Stanton