Similar words: proscribe, scribe, ascribe, subscribe, describe, inscribe, prescribe, subscriber. Meaning: [prəʊ'skraɪbd] adj. excluded from use or mention.
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1. In some cultures surgery is proscribed.
2. They are proscribed by federal law from owning guns.
3. The sale of narcotics is proscribed by law.
4. Ten groups in all were now specifically proscribed in Northern Ireland.
5. Many Shiite clergymen maintain that birth control is proscribed by Islam.
6. It should be remembered, however, that Gaelic was proscribed by the authorities for many years.
7. Proscribed as a member of illegal organizations, she served two gaol sentences in Mountjoy and Cork.
8. She therefore proscribed all religious, philosophical, or psychological books for village libraries.
9. So popular were the proscribed celebrations that it proved quite impossible to eradicate them completely.
10. Very few officers at the level proscribed have ever sought election as councillors.
11. Backyard barbecue grills could be proscribed.
12. That intolerable difference proscribed the word.
13. Accordingly, these chambers remain proscribed.
14. In earlier days, the church proscribed dancing and cardplaying.
15. The condition of having been proscribed; outlawry.
16. Have I violated some proscribed waiting period?
17. The doctor proscribed a new medicine for the pain in my joint.
18. The Athletics Federation have banned the runner from future races for using proscribed drugs.
19. That combination would have softened my mind without recourse to proscribed substances.
20. Showing the insignia of Neutral deities cuts no ice with Thadeus - such gods are little better than the Proscribed Ones.
21. The reasons for the ban were multiple[sentencedict.com], and certainly there are other pesticides today that should also be proscribed.
22. Even the space inside the narrow arenas is narrowly proscribed, especially for singers.
23. Congar had in point of fact expressed himself cautiously enough, yet several of his books were proscribed.
24. Political parties Following a 1973 ban on political activity, political parties were constitutionally proscribed in 1978.
25. Any such engines configured for use in this missile system would also be proscribed.
26. Because "the Koran" and the Hadith of the legislative principle is: where are the harmful illegal and that in the physical and mental health of disadvantaged people are proscribed.sentencedict.com/proscribed.html
27. Are there areas of research that are so socially sensitive that they should be avoided, proscribed?
28. Here , too , were many of that old, proscribed, nameless, red - handed clan of the Macgregors.
29. After which, I was hunted down, pursued, persecuted, blackened, jeered at, scorned, cursed, proscribed.
30. So far, the test stand has not been associated with a proscribed activity.
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