Imprimatur in a Sentence  🔊

Definition of Imprimatur

to gain legal or written permission to move forward with an activity; particularly in regards to publishing under censorship

Examples of Imprimatur in a sentence

During WWII, newspapers had to get an official imprimatur in order to publish specific content. 🔊

Under Soviet rule, censorship was on the rise and publications had to get approved through an imprimatur to print anything political. 🔊

In some countries, individuals must apply for an imprimatur from the government to post about controversial subjects on their blog. 🔊

The court case could not proceed without an imprimatur from the judge. 🔊

The students could not move forward on their project without a written imprimatur from their teacher. 🔊

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