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Definition of "proscribes" []

  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of proscribe. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "proscribes" in a sentence
  • "The error lies in the law, or in the judicial interpretation thereof, and no code of army regulations can be made that meets the case, until Congress, like the French Corps Legislatif, utterly annihilates and "proscribes" the old law and the system which has grown up under it."
  • "The Catholic Church neither submits to enthusiasm nor proscribes it, but uses it."
  • "The schemes of Robert Rubin were really recycled Eisenhower administration thinking, which conveniently proscribes raising taxes and government spending."