A proscription; a prohibition; an interdict.(noun)
One who is proscribed.(noun)
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Use "proscript" in a sentence
"And The Old Oak Chest, what was it all about? that proscript (1st dress), that prodigious number of banditti, that old woman with the broom, and the magnificent kitchen in the third act (was it in the third?) — they are all fallen in a deliquium, swim faintly in my brain, and mix and vanish."
"Cum catapultae proscriptae erunt tum soli proscript catapultas habebunt."
"Of course the circumspection of suspicious swains had never gone the length of making her a social proscript; for the number of those whose hearts, as they approached her, beat only just fast enough to remind them they had heads as well, had kept her unacquainted with the supreme disciplines of her sex and age."