Origin of prorogue
OTHER WORDS FROM proroguepro·ro·ga·tion [proh-ruh-gey-shuhn], /ˌproʊ rəˈgeɪ ʃən/, nounnon·pro·ro·ga·tion, nounun·pro·rogued, adjective
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How to use prorogue in a sentence
Take away from the Governor his power to prorogue and dissolve, leave him the veto, and there will soon be collision.
The gentleman would take away from the Territorial Governors the power to prorogue and dissolve the Assemblies.
Retain the qualified veto, and take away the power to prorogue and dissolve, and what will be the consequence?
If the assemblies took notice of it, they were to prorogue or dissolve them.The Colonization of North America|Herbert Eugene Bolton
I was so fortunate as to arrive just in time to see Lord Harcourt, with the usual ceremonies, prorogue the Parliament.A Tour in Ireland|Arthur Young