verb (used with object), pre·scribed, pre·scrib·ing.
verb (used without object), pre·scribed, pre·scrib·ing.
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OTHER WORDS FROM prescribe
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH prescribeprescribe , proscribe
Example sentences from the Web for prescribe
Yet they continue to be prescribed and taken by some 35 million Americans.My cancer might be back—and I wonder if unnecessary radiation caused it in the first place|jakemeth|September 22, 2020|Fortune
Right now, said Crystal Kolden, the state’s fuel management plan, such as it is, is for Cal Fire to try to do prescribed burns in shoulder season.They Know How to Prevent Megafires. Why Won’t Anybody Listen?|by Elizabeth Weil|August 28, 2020|ProPublica
The way birth control is prescribed means that delays can be especially hard to navigate.USPS delays threaten women’s access to birth control|ehinchliffe|August 27, 2020|Fortune
Among 1,806 patients in the study admitted to Montefiore’s four hospitals from March 11 to April 13, 140 were prescribed steroids.A blood test may show which COVID-19 patients steroids will help — or harm|Tina Hesman Saey|July 22, 2020|Science News
According to a Reuters article, healthcare workers throughout the country are prescribing and using hydroxychloroquine on patients in their care who have tested positive for the coronavirus.
I do not give the name of the prescriber, and you will please not mention from whence this comes.
On the contrary, it is important that the prescriber should be reminded constantly of their potent ingredients.
Guaiacum and aconite may be given with equal benefit in any form preferred by the prescriber.
The immediate exit of the devil was so apparent that the fame of the prescriber as a medical man was made at once.Life in Morocco and Glimpses Beyond|Budgett Meakin
As Charcot has said, in functional disorders it is not so much the prescription which matters as the prescriber.The Nervous Child|Hector Charles Cameron