How to use Prohibitively in a sentence
Ferrying labor into space is technologically feasible, of course, but prohibitively expensive.
However, such analysis would be prohibitively costly so specific congeners are selected for analysis, including those which are toxicologically significant 10.
By 1812 only one volume of Willan's Cutaneous Diseases had appeared as the colored engravings were proving prohibitively costly.
Other types of CD printers can be prohibitively expensive.
For people with low to moderate incomes, divorce can often seem prohibitively expensive.Advertisement
New office furniture can be prohibitively expensive, so consider purchasing from used office furniture wholesalers.
Silver is also relatively low priced, which means that it is possible to buy high fashion items that might other wise be prohibitively expensive.
Most small producers are unable to ship frozen meat for long distances, as the shipping cost and risk of spoilage are prohibitively high for smaller-scale producers.
From their Château d'Ampuis in the Côte-Rôtie in the northern Rhône Valley, Guigal produces luscious but prohibitively dear single-vineyard wines, La Landonne, La Mouline, and La Turque.
However, natural growth hormone, aside from being prohibitively expensive, posed health hazards due to contamination.Advertisement
Home loans that do exist may also be at prohibitively high interest rates, making it difficult to afford to purchase even the smallest of homes.
A significant number of people have difficulty saving for a 20 percent down payment, especially in expensive areas where the cost of homeownership can be prohibitively high.
Daycare centers are usually the most cost effective option, but daycare rates can still be prohibitively high for some parents, especially those making a lower income.
While some women's groups protest the creation of female androids for any purpose, the creation of artificial life as a servant class is prohibitively warned against by some of the greatest science fiction minds including Isaac Asimov.