Speed is not their strongest suit, but they prescribe on-the-spot.
Though I prescribe hardly any narcotic pain medications, most ADHD medications are also Schedule II.
Your doctor can help pinpoint any potential roadblocks and, in some cases, might prescribe medication to help you ovulate.
THE MISSING FOLLOW-UP: How did you prescribe that, by pill, syrup, or injection?
There are all too many doctors willing to prescribe for him, thereby gaining access to his celebrity entourage.
The people have no other rule of conduct, than what their priests are pleased to prescribe.
They can prescribe what the blacks can hardly do other than accept.
I was going to prescribe ginger ale if it was the first stage of seasickness.
"I am going to prescribe one this morning," the doctor answered.
He fled from the infected air of his kinsman's chamber, and summoned what physicians were available to pronounce and prescribe.
"to write down as a direction," mid-15c., from Latin praescribere "write beforehand" (see prescription). Related: Prescribed; prescribing. Medical sense is from 1580s, probably a back formation from prescription.
prescribe pre·scribe (prĭ-skrīb')
v. pre·scribed, pre·scrib·ing, pre·scribes
To give directions, either orally or in writing, for the preparation and administration of a remedy to be used in the treatment of a disease.