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- The latter pronunciation is used when added distinction from prescribe is desired.
- (transitive) To forbid or prohibit.
- I'm going to ignore the law because they proscribed it against the majority's wishes and against the advice of the experts.
- (transitive) To denounce.
- (transitive) To banish or exclude.
- Avoid the erroneous construction “proscribe against”; substitute “proscribe” alone or the phrase “prescribe against”.
forbid or prohibit
banish or exclude
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- second-person singular present active imperative of prōscrībō
proscribe (infinitive proscribir)