Definitions of "disallow"
  1. To reject or dismiss the authenticity, power, or legitimacy of something
  2. To withhold permission or approval for something
How to use "disallow" in a sentence
  1. The judge decided to disallow the submitted evidence as it was obtained illegally.
  2. The IRS may disallow certain deductions if they are not supported by necessary documentation.
  3. The instructor could disallow late submission of assignments.

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