forbid

(redirected from Heaven Forbid)
Also found in: Dictionary, Legal, Idioms, Wikipedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • verb

Synonyms for forbid

Synonyms for forbid

Synonyms for forbid

References in periodicals archive ?
com/birminghammail Post: Birmingham Mail, 60 Church Street, Birmingham B3 2DJ But heaven forbid that the lack of transfer activity should cost Birmingham City FC their Championship status come May Terry Coates
And heaven forbid you wear a fascinator in the Royal Enclosure - it will be social death as they are now strictly forbidden.
Heaven forbid they make two saves in quick succession - or a double save as they used to be called - as Paddy Kenny did at the weekend for QPR.
And heaven forbid I have a human experience and carry a little weight," she added.
I wonder what would happen if two cars swerved to miss two holes on opposite sides and crashed and heaven forbid that one person was killed.
Heaven Forbid is a Cheveley Park homebred filly out of a half-sister to their smart racemare Heaven Sent.
There is no telling whether the 2009-2010 snow season will be as bad or - heaven forbid - worse than 2008-2009.
But don't expect to see a crackdown on drug dealers, increased jail terms for violent thugs or, heaven forbid, more bobbies on the beat.
Heaven forbid that the people of Wales actually make up their own minds about what happens in their own country.
Heaven forbid that Wigan, as one of the league's 'glamour' clubs, were given preferential treatment.
If we can't bear witness to enough costly messages they approve and pay for, we could very well forget they exist or, heaven forbid, resent them for forcing us to read their position papers.
Worse, if they dare to question the fairness of this or, heaven forbid, ask for a rebate of their public school taxes for the years their children attend private school, they are called mean-spirited, greedy, and selfish by public school parents who drive Hummers and live in million-dollar homes.
Or, Heaven forbid, if it happens against England any time in the next four weeks.
Mrs Blair said: "My husband always says - and heaven forbid that he ever disagrees with me - that I'm a bolshie Scouser.
Hence the official inspection: heaven forbid that the feds hand out a whopping $500 without following the proper channels--it wouldn't want to get mired in HotAirScam.