proscribe

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İngilizce - İngilizce
To forbid or prohibit
To banish or exclude
To denounce
to reject, as a teaching or a practice, with condemnation or denunciation
{v} to doom to death, to outlaw
{f} forbid, prohibit; banish, excommunicate; denounce as dangerous; publicly denounce a convicted criminal
command against; "I forbid you to call me late at night"; "Mother vetoed the trip to the chocolate store"
To denounce and condemn; to interdict; to prohibit; as, the Puritans proscribed theaters
To doom to destruction; to put out of the protection of law; to outlaw; to exile; as, Sylla and Marius proscribed each other's adherents
If something is proscribed by people in authority, the existence or the use of that thing is forbidden. In some cultures surgery is proscribed They are proscribed by federal law from owning guns. = prohibit. to officially say that something is not allowed to exist or be done = forbid, prohibit prohibit (proscribere, from scribere )
proscription
A prohibition
proscription
The act of proscribing, or its result
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A decree or law that prohibits
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Decree of condemnation toward one or more persons, especially in the Roman antiquity

He was wholly unopposed, for the boldest spirits had fallen in battle, or in the proscription.

proscription
any act of condemnation and rejection from favor and privilege
proscription
{n} a doom to death, a confiscation
To proscribe
forbid
proscribed
past of proscribe
proscribed
{s} forbidden, prohibited; banished, excommunicated; against the law, illegal
proscribed
excluded from use or mention; "forbidden fruit"; "in our house dancing and playing cards were out"; "a taboo subject"
proscribes
third-person singular of proscribe
proscribing
present participle of proscribe
proscription
Outside the time period in which a legal action can be commenced See also Prescription
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The act of proscribing; a dooming to death or exile; outlawry; specifically, among the ancient Romans, the public offer of a reward for the head of a political enemy; as, under the triumvirate, many of the best Roman citizens fell by proscription
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Outside of the time period in which a legal action can be commenced
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{i} act of forbidding, prohibition; banishment, excommunication, ostracism; denouncement, condemnation
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a decree that prohibits something
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rejection by means of an act of banishing or proscribing someone
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The proscription of something is the official forbidding of its existence or use. the proscription against any religious service. the proscription of his records. = prohibition
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The state of being proscribed; denunciation; interdiction; prohibition
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A sort of hue and cry; so called because among the Romans the names of the persons proscribed were written out, and the tablets bearing their names were fixed up in the public forum, sometimes with the offer of a reward for those who should aid in bringing them before the court If the proscribed did not answer the summons, their goods were confiscated and their persons outlawed In this case the name was engraved on brass or marble, the offence stated, and the tablet placed conspicuously in the market-place
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