Origin of proscribe
OTHER WORDS FROM proscribepro·scrib·a·ble, adjectivepro·scrib·er, nounun·pro·scrib·a·ble, adjectiveun·pro·scribed, adjective
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How to use proscribe in a sentence
Vagabondage, begging, movement across county lines and wage increases were all proscribed.Pandemics have long created labor shortages. Here’s why.|Spencer Strub|June 3, 2021|Washington Post
While commuting listening is proscribed for at least the next quarter, exercise and mental health breaks pick up a lot of that deficit.
Presidents have been blocking and undoing mergers for years through the long-established and carefully proscribed CFIUS process.
Proscribe French, their mother tongue, and they will hate you and have nothing to do with your schools.Bilingualism|N. A. Belcourt