Pronunciation of Permissible
/p_ə_m_ˈɪ_s_ə_b_əl/, /pəmˈɪsəbə͡l/, /pəmˈɪsəbəl/
Antonyms for permissible:
more unlicensed, unendurable, not legal, unbearable, prohibited, intolerable, un mentionable, most blackmarket, unpermissible, more wildcat, most violating, most black-market, dis-graceful, un official, under table, more proscribed, dis graceful, most unwarrantable, not approved, rejected, un lawful, unlawful, un-lawful, un constitutional, off limits, under the table, suppressed, out, un warrantable, proscribed, black-market, unsuitable, more black-market, more interdicted, inadmissible, extra legal, most unlicensed, un-authorized, more smuggled, most racket, objectionable, extra-legal, unwarrantable, out-lawed, un authorized, outlawed, un-licensed, unwarranted, pro-scribed, extralegal, unacceptable, un-mentionable, more extralegal, most proscribed, more racket, pro scribed, taboo, un-warranted, outside law, unmentionable, un warranted, unlicensed, un-warrantable, un-official, tabu, most interdicted, blackmarket, barred, more violating, more unwarrantable, repressed, most smuggled, untouchable, out lawed, most wildcat, more black market, verboten, impermissible, Interdicted, most extralegal, outside the law, illegal, un licensed, illegitimate, un-constitutional, more blackmarket, most black market.
Usage examples for permissible:
- Had anything ever happened during those blissful evening hours which could in the least degree lead to any nearer relation with Seraphina than was permissible by propriety and morality? - "Weird Tales. Vol. I", E. T. A. Hoffmann.
- A less degree of variety was permissible in her chin. - "Idle Ideas in 1905", Jerome K. Jerome.
- La instead of le for the feminine is however permissible and is used by the best writers. - "Pitman's Commercial Spanish Grammar (2nd ed.)", C. A. Toledano.