Definition of Sanctions

1. Noun. (plural of sanction) ¹



2. Verb. (third-person singular of sanction) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Sanctions

1. sanction [v] - See also: sanction

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sanctions

sanctifyingly
sanctiloquent
sanctimonial
sanctimonies
sanctimonious
sanctimoniously
sanctimoniousness
sanctimony
sanction
sanctionable
sanctionary
sanctionative
sanctioned
sanctioning
sanctionless
sanctions (current term)
sanctities
sanctitude
sanctitudes
sanctity
sanctuaries
sanctuarize
sanctuarized
sanctuarizes
sanctuarizing
sanctuary
sanctuarylike
sanctum
sanctum sanctorum
sanctum santorum

Literary usage of Sanctions

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1. Preventing Deadly Conflict edited by David A. Hamburg, Cyrus R. Vance (1998)
"sanctions sanctions can play an important role in support of preventive diplomacy, ... Governments use sanctions to serve three broad policy functions: to ..."

2. Lectures on the Moral Government of God by Nathaniel William Taylor (1859)
"The law of a perfect Moral Government involves sanctions, (continued.)—5th. Legal sanctions the necessary proof of the Moral Governor's authority, ..."

3. Test Case: Italy, Ethiopia, and the League of Nations by George W. Baer (1976)
""If sanctions are continued, the problem of remaining in the League or ... "The end of sanctions will produce a general easing of the position and will open ..."

4. The Law of Contracts by Edward Avery Harriman (1901)
"sanctions and Remedies. — Legal obligations are enforced by means of sanctions and ... Intermediate and Ultimate sanctions. — sanctions are of two kinds, ..."

5. The U. N. Role in the Persian Gulf and Iraqi Compliance with U. N. Resolutions by DIANE Publishing Company (1994)
"VIOLATIONS OF sanctions Mr. LANTOS. Thank you very much, Mr. Chairman. ... He just sent his prime minister who advised him to respect the sanctions, ..."

6. Lectures on Jurisprudence, Or, The Philosophy of Positive Law by John Austin, Robert Campbell (1880)
"Different Kind* of sanctions. LECT. XXVI. Tbe so-called exemptions ... And, first; sanctions may be divided into civil and we- sanctions ..."

7. Preventing Deadly Conflict edited by David A. Hamburg, Cyrus R. Vance (1998)
"sanctions sanctions can play an important role in support of preventive diplomacy, ... Governments use sanctions to serve three broad policy functions: to ..."

8. Lectures on the Moral Government of God by Nathaniel William Taylor (1859)
"The law of a perfect Moral Government involves sanctions, (continued.)—5th. Legal sanctions the necessary proof of the Moral Governor's authority, ..."

9. Test Case: Italy, Ethiopia, and the League of Nations by George W. Baer (1976)
""If sanctions are continued, the problem of remaining in the League or ... "The end of sanctions will produce a general easing of the position and will open ..."

10. The Law of Contracts by Edward Avery Harriman (1901)
"sanctions and Remedies. — Legal obligations are enforced by means of sanctions and ... Intermediate and Ultimate sanctions. — sanctions are of two kinds, ..."

11. The U. N. Role in the Persian Gulf and Iraqi Compliance with U. N. Resolutions by DIANE Publishing Company (1994)
"VIOLATIONS OF sanctions Mr. LANTOS. Thank you very much, Mr. Chairman. ... He just sent his prime minister who advised him to respect the sanctions, ..."

12. Lectures on Jurisprudence, Or, The Philosophy of Positive Law by John Austin, Robert Campbell (1880)
"Different Kind* of sanctions. LECT. XXVI. Tbe so-called exemptions ... And, first; sanctions may be divided into civil and we- sanctions ..."

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