Synonym: advise, advocate, assign, direct, order, recommend, suggest. Similar words: describe, prescription, ascribe, subscriber, transcribe, description, prescient, tribe. Meaning: [prɪ'skraɪb] v. issue commands or orders for.
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1. The doctor prepared to prescribe a receipt.
2. He may be able to prescribe you something for that cough.
3. If these don't work I may have to prescribe you something stronger.
4. Regulations prescribe certain standards for building materials.
5. What punishment does the law prescribe for corruption?
6. Ask the doctor to prescribe something for that cough.
7. Various rights prescribe in twenty years.
8. Your doctor may prescribe a course of antibiotics.
9. Army regulations prescribe how rifles must be carried.
10. What punishment does the law prescribe for this crime?
11. The law allows doctors to prescribe contraception to the under 16s.
12. Police regulations prescribe that an officer's number must be clearly visible.
13. They encourage doctors to prescribe cheaper generic drugs instead of more expensive brand names.
14. Therapists cannot prescribe drugs as they are not necessarily medically qualified.
15. And many doctors now enthusiastically prescribe the herbal remedy.
16. The results can help doctors prescribe the most effective anti-viral drug regimen.
17. When I continued to demur, he promised to prescribe only five pills,[http://sentencedict.com] one for each of the next five nights.
18. It is not possible to prescribe a set period of time, for the need will vary in different situations.
19. A lot of GPs are too quick to prescribe drugs, instead of letting the body get better on its own.
20. After a careful diagnosis he is able to prescribe intelligently the best remedial or corrective measures.
21. Doctors are reluctant to prescribe a new class of drugs, especially ones which need to be taken for long periods of time.
22. Doctors may prescribe anti-inflammatory drugs to control both inflammation and pain.
23. We will introduce powers for nurses to prescribe where appropriate.
24. He may be able to prescribe some therapy that can help.
25. The Senate shall prescribe the procedures to be followed at enrolment.
26. But unlike physicians, veterinarians sell -- and profit from -- the drugs they prescribe.
27. They are given a budget to spend on the drugs they prescribe for their patients.
28. Some rape victims might be lucky enough to encounter an emergency room doctor who will prescribe the drugs.
29. They are examined by a physician who works for Nutri / System and will prescribe the diet drugs.
30. Agreement developed that diagnosis should not result in mere labeling but should be used to prescribe appropriate treatment.
More similar words: describe, prescription, ascribe, subscriber, transcribe, description, prescient, tribe, bribe, script, discriminate, indiscriminate, discrimination, rescue, fresco, press, express, impress, preside, compress, present, suppress, press for, preserve, presence, represent, at present, presented, depressed, oppressor.