Proscribing or prohibiting, for example as according to a norm or standard(adjective)
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Use "proscriptive" in a sentence
"But there is an inescapable paradox in arguing about the legitimacy of argument itself: Hooker would doubtless have said that against the puritan appeal to timeless law any argument was bound to have the kind of shape that his exhibits – a 'proscriptive' style, denying the other's right to argue."
"My main point was simply that I find those kind of proscriptive statements limiting and a little self-serving, as they usually reflect the author’s own bias."
""proscriptive" coaching had been consigned to the wheelie bin you needed to have faith in their capacity to be ingenuous and fluent with ball in hand."