Definition of Proscribes

1. Verb. (third-person singular of proscribe) ¹



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Definition of Proscribes

1. proscribe [v] - See also: proscribe

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Proscribes

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proscenium wall
prosceniums
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prosciutti
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prosciuttos
proscolex
proscolices
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proscænium
prose
prose poem

Literary usage of Proscribes

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1. The Garter Mission to Japan (1906)
"There is yet a third rule which proscribes all dogs. In this way is kept clean and undefiled the holy shrine ..."

2. History of the Rise of the Mahomedan Power in India: Till the Year A. D. 1612 by John Briggs (1829)
"... IBRAHIM ADIL SHAH I. The King proscribes foreigners from his court, with a very few exceptions — he entertains thirty thousand cavalry, composed of the ..."

3. The History of Christianity by Étienne Ursin Bouzique (1875)
"... (Unifier) of Zeno—Justinian proscribes Hellenism and Dissent—Neoplatonism at Athens—Closing of the Schools of Philosophy—The ..."

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