Contraband Definition

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# Sentence Times
1. A yacht or fishing vessel would find it quite easy to evade our controls and could carry large amounts of contraband. 1
2. Gain ground as what shop on the net, illegal element also registers shop on the net, smuggle goods in the disposal of stolen or contraband goods on the net avowedly . 1
3. He claimed to have purchased the contraband innocently. 1
4. He had ingeniously strapped a number of packages to his legs containing contraband items. 1
5. Lockdown is all about the technology inside prisons, from weapons to hacks, contraband to cooking, and everything in between. 1
6. Many Neapolitans earn their first lira selling contraband cigarettes in the city's mazeof alleys. 1
7. Most of the city markets were flooded with contraband goods. 1
8. No vehicles loaded with inflammable, explosive, poisonous, harmful or other dangerous cargo or other contraband goods shall be parked. 1
9. Now you open up the General Lee and let me see that contraband. 1
10. Nowadays, resemble peddling avowedly on Internet so the net shop of contraband is not little. 1
11. Once, the only tape recorders finding their way into concerts were smuggled like contraband. 1
12. One problem with descramblers is that they are not inherently illegal, like contraband. 1
13. People who smuggle contraband goods will be punished by the law. 1
14. Since you're breaking the law anyway by smuggling contraband, you might as well trick out your starship with all manner of illegal modifications. 1
15. Sitting furtively with my contraband, I ruminated on whether addiction itself is considered the moral problem. 1
16. The bikes were, technically, contraband, but the border guards turned a blind eye. 1
17. The contraband ranges from garbage bags full of uprooted marijuana plants to glassine envelopes packed with heroin. 1
18. The customs officials confiscated the contraband. 1
19. The Z Portal system is a multiview, drive-through inspection system capable of scanning cars, vans, trucks, and cargo for concealed threats and contraband. 1
20. Then there was the contraband literature which constituted research. 1
21. We stuffed our ankles with contraband until anyone seeing us might have imagined an outbreak of elephantiasis. 1
22. When three slaves who had worked on rebel fortifications escaped to Butler's lines in May 1861, he declared them contraband of war and refused to return them to their Confederate owner. 1
23. X-ray technology, the machines, in scanning for contraband, produce a crude image of visitors' bodies without clothing. 1

Contraband

[ˈkäntrəˌband]

NOUN

contraband of war (noun) · contrabands of war (plural noun)

  - goods that have been imported or exported illegally.

ADJECTIVE

  - imported or exported illegally, either in defiance of a total ban or without payment of duty.

Synonyms

List of Prefixes

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List of Suffixes

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