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What is the opposite of license?

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Opposite of the authority or permission to do something or to behave as one wishes
Opposite of freedom to deviate deliberately from normally applicable rules or practices
Opposite of the characteristic of lacking restraint or ignoring societal standards in one's conduct
Opposite of a right or privilege exclusive to a particular individual or class
Opposite of the practice of tolerating something, in particular differences of opinion or behaviour
Opposite of a privilege or right that exempts one from certain laws or rules
Opposite of the action or fact of becoming qualified as a recognized practitioner of a profession or activity
Opposite of the power to decide or allow something
Opposite of the right, admission, or opportunity to use
“The general public has inaccessibility to the toilets in the building unless they are employees.”
Opposite of a special right or advantage, granted or available only to a particular person or group
“They not only live in impoverished neighborhoods but have the disadvantage of poor education.”
Opposite of a piece of paper that entitles the holder to something (commercially)
Opposite of the volition to act as one pleases
“They concede that the owner of the patented article has a right to put a restriction upon its use or sale.”
(the run of) Opposite of free and unrestricted use of or access to
“Downwardly mobile, despite their gentle origins, these men had limited resources and restricted access to luxurious apparel.”
Opposite of the action of approving something
“Beth immediately began to sob and then described her parents' disapproval of her career choice and calling to the ministry.”
Opposite of an act, or the fact, of behaving in a self-indulgent way
Opposite of political or social authority or control
“The public has the disadvantage of having little say in the whims of their government.”
Opposite of to permit or authorize someone to do something
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Opposite of to make, pronounce or show to be legitimate
“I am beyond disappointed that she would use her platform with thousands of followers to mock and illegitimize an entire community of people.”
(archaic) Opposite of to tolerate
“Ultimately the good king had to yield to her nagging insistence and granted her wish in order to put an end to the bother.”
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