Synonyms & Antonyms : Permission





Permission



( Noun )


By whose
permission did you enter this building?

Synonym:

Allowance

Leave

License

Permit

Liberty

Authority

Consent

Contextual Examples:

The daily
allowance paid to the government servants on tour does help them to save something after expenses.

The boss gave him
leave to go home early.

His
license to keep a dog has been cancelled by the Municipal authorities.

He was given a
permit to go through the private park.

They give their children a great deal of
liberty.

The Headmaster has no
authority to administer a school in whatever way the likes.

He gave his
consent for the project to get under way.



Antonyms:

Prevention

Refusal

Resistance

Prohibition

Denial

Hindrance

Opposition

Objection

Contextual Examples:

Prevention of a disease is better than cure.

His
refusal to lend me a small amount of $ 50 shocked me very much.

His
resistance to my tempting invitation to a sumptuous dinner was very unusual.

The government of Maharastra has withdrawn
prohibition of alcoholic drinks.




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