Meaning of word on the grounds of

in English - English Dictionary
founded upon, based upo

Use "on the grounds of" in a sentence

Below are sample sentences containing the word "on the grounds of" from the English Dictionary. We can refer to these sentence patterns for sentences in case of finding sample sentences with the word "on the grounds of", or refer to the context using the word "on the grounds of" in the English Dictionary.

1. On the grounds of " obstruction of justice. "

2. He denies murder on the grounds of provocation.

3. The Act proscribes discrimination on the grounds of race.

4. He was acquitted on the grounds of insufficient evidence.

5. The application was rejected on the grounds of triviality.

6. The cutbacks are justifiable on the grounds of cost.

7. Owen was against it, on the grounds of expense.

8. The couple separated on the grounds of irretrievable breakdown .

9. Capper admitted manslaughter on the grounds of diminished responsibility.

10. 4 The Act proscribes discrimination on the grounds of race.

11. Discrimination on the grounds of sex or race is unlawful.

12. 18 He was acquitted on the grounds of insufficient evidence.

13. It's time we banned discrimination on the grounds of age.

14. The building was closed purely on the grounds of safety.

15. He accused them of discrimination on the grounds of nationality.

16. Mrs. Snavely got a divorce on the grounds of desertion.

17. She divorced the respondent on the grounds of unreasonable behaviour.

18. There should be no discrimination on the grounds of colour.

19. The film was banned on the grounds of public decency.

20. The court acquitted Campbell on the grounds of temporary insanity.

21. She is going to divorce him on the grounds of adultery.

22. 22 The film was banned on the grounds of public decency.

23. 2) The court acquitted Campbell on the grounds of temporary insanity.

24. He resigned from his post on the grounds of ill-health.

25. She is now faced with dismissal on the grounds of misconduct.

26. Such action can be justified on the grounds of greater efficiency.

27. The law forbids discrimination on the grounds of race or religion.

28. Workers must avoid discriminating on the grounds of race or sex.

29. 13 The film was banned on the grounds of public decency.

30. Those erecting barriers on the grounds of economy courted political disfavour.

31. He denies murder but admits manslaughter on the grounds of diminished responsibility.

32. 12 He resigned from his post on the grounds of ill-health.

33. Discrimination on the grounds of sexual orientation is still far too widespread.

34. Levin has consistently defended the company's rap music on the grounds of expression.

35. — Absence of discrimination on the grounds of nationality or identity of air carriers

36. On July 27, Tina filed for divorce on the grounds of irreconcilable differences.

37. He was found not guilty of murder on the grounds of diminished responsibility.

38. In the end, he has lost out on the grounds of inferior physique.

39. His former chauffeur is claiming unfair dismissal on the grounds of racial discrimination.

40. I filed for divorce on the grounds of adultery a few months later.

41. The defending lawyer asked for leniency on the grounds of her client's youth.

42. The defendant attacked the validity on the grounds of, inter alia, absence of invention.

43. Long Boret was executed on the grounds of the Cercle Sportif in Phnom Penh.

44. The violence of the revolutionary years was justifiable on the grounds of political necessity.

45. Mantybaev, on the grounds of negligence which resulted in the accidental death of a person.

46. She sued for divorce on the grounds of her husband's alleged misconduct with his secretary.

47. He's denied murdering Elizabeth Howe, but has admitted manslaughter on the grounds of diminished responsibility.

48. 26 These are likely to meet with opposition on the grounds of spoiling favourite views.

49. Frequently, they are located on the grounds of or adjacent to a general hospital setting.

50. 2.5.2. the absence of dissemination rules, on the grounds of the sector's highly sensitive nature;