prescriptive

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Of or pertaining to prescribing or enjoining, especially an action or behavior based on a norm or standard
{a} consisting in long usage or enjoyment, immemorial
{s} based on habit, based on long-standing custom; serving to establish rules, setting laws
based on or prescribing a norm or standard; "normative grammar"
A prescriptive market or fair was held by custom (i e it was not set up by a grant or charter) They were usually the oldest markets and fairs
A prescriptive approach to something involves telling people what they should do, rather than simply giving suggestions or describing what is done. prescriptive attitudes to language on the part of teachers The psychologists insist, however, that they are not being prescriptive
Water rights which are acquired by diverting water and putting it to use in accordance with specified procedures; e g , filing a request with a state agency to use unused water in a stream, river, or lake
Consisting in, or acquired by, immemorial or long-continued use and enjoyment; as, a prescriptive right of title; pleading the continuance and authority of long custom
Water rights which are acquired by diverting water and putting it to use in accordance with specified procedures These procedures include filing a request to use unused water in a strewn, river or lake with a state agency
Laid down as a guide, direction, or rule of action; specified Usually implies instructions that are given step by step in some detail and that are to be followed without questioning, i e what is to be done, rather than how it is to be done, i e Descriptive
Water rights which are acquired by diverting water and putting it to use in accordance with specified procedures, e g , filing a request with a state agency to use unused water in a stream, river, or lake
giving directives or rules; "prescriptive grammar is concerned with norms of or rules for correct usage
giving directives or rules; "prescriptive grammar is concerned with norms of or rules for correct usage"
prescriptive grammar
{i} approach to grammar which sets down rules and norms of correct and incorrect usage and formulates rules based on these norms which are then used by users of the language; set of grammatical rules based on prescriptive grammar
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Something prescribed; a rule, regulation or dictate
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prescribed as a rule or model
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{a} ordered, directed, set
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{n} a direction
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{i} order, directive, precept, instruction; command, prescribed rule, law, regulation
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prescribed guide for conduct or action
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A medical prescription
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an official order or rule (past participle of praescribere; PRESCRIBE)
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Direction; precept; model prescribed
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{s} preordained, fixed beforehand, set in advance, settled
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Directed; prescribed
prescriptively
By prescription
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In a prescriptive manner
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