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Definition of "proroguing" [proroguing]

  • Present participle of prorogue. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "proroguing" in a sentence
  • "Friends have indicated an interest in proroguing mortgage payments, or maternity leave until their kids hit 21."
  • "If proroguing is a dangerous precedent, then in the next election, the Liberals, NDP, and Bloc can run on a promise to amend the constitution in order to implement specific rules for proroguation."
  • "While Prime Minister Stephen Harper was being soundly berated by critics as weighty as The Economist for "proroguing" - or ending the parliamentary session - just what was Premier Dalton McGuinty up to?"
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