1 Not only did the romantic aura of the dashing blockader hang about him but there was also the titillating element of the wicked and the forbidden.
2 But the doctor had forbidden Melanie to walk and Scarlett had to stay with her.
3 You are, alas, Frank's wife and honor has forbidden my telling this to you.
4 Of the ladies, this left only Mrs. Dorset unaccounted for, and Mrs. Dorset never came down till luncheon: her doctors, she averred, had forbidden her to expose herself to the crude air of the morning.
5 They stood silent for a while after this, smiling at each other like adventurous children who have climbed to a forbidden height from which they discover a new world.
6 In the early autumn, news came from Wakamin that the sheriff had forbidden an organizer for the National Nonpartisan League to speak anywhere in the county.
7 I love to sail forbidden seas, and land on barbarous coasts.
8 Before the spring term of school was over, I could fight, play 'keeps,' tease the little girls, and use forbidden words as well as any boy in my class.
9 Within the precincts of her home she felt like one who has entered and lingered within the portals of some forbidden temple in which a thousand muffled voices bade her begone.
10 A deep and awful silence succeeded the utterance of the forbidden name.
The Last of the Mohicans By James Fenimore CooperContext Highlight In CHAPTER 24
11 She instructed her daughter in the tenets of her religion and taught her to aspire to higher powers of intellect and an independence of spirit forbidden to the female followers of Muhammad.
12 In spite of his premeditated carefulness, the floor would now and then creak; his garments would rustle; the shadow of his presence, in a forbidden proximity, would be thrown across his victim.
The Scarlet Letter By Nathaniel HawthorneContext Highlight In X. THE LEECH AND HIS PATIENT
13 I therefore told him my small story, and laid stress on my being forbidden to inquire who my benefactor was.
14 Without encroaching on forbidden ground, we may venture to say that there can be no doubt between ourselves of that fact.
15 My aunt, I may observe, allowed my horse on the forbidden ground, but had not at all relented towards the donkeys.
David Copperfield By Charles DickensContext Highlight In CHAPTER 62. A LIGHT SHINES ON MY WAY