Basic Guidelines For English Spellings
A thing that is desired all the more because it is not allowed.‘Nostalgia is not a forbidden fruit but astute statesmen never allow prudence to succumb to it.’
- ‘Bars and clubs are luring innocent young victims into their establishments to taste the forbidden fruit of alcohol.’
- ‘But as the long nights wore on, and my milk supply began to dwindle as Alice's appetite increased, a friend suggested we introduce the forbidden fruit that is formula milk into her diet.’
- ‘These combine numerology and astrology - knowledge, as he put it, that had remained ‘a forbidden fruit since the dawn of civilisation’.’
- ‘Lately, my fascination with the notion of forbidden fruit does not concern rebellious acts, but rather romantic prospects.’
With biblical allusion to Gen. 2:17.
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