Something prescribed, especially a rule or regulation of conduct.(noun)
Having been established as a rule; prescribed.(adjective)
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Use "prescript" in a sentence
"A: I don't think any of them exclude this prescript if the two-states concept fails."
"Sen. Scott asked, 'Did you take any steps in organizing an association or society under that prescript (Klan constitution)?'"
"Not just the children being "drugged", ask any 20 something what prescript they are taking."