Definition of 'proscription'
Example sentences containing 'proscription'
`I know of no legal injunction, Talmudic proscription, papal Bull or other caveat pertaining to the playing of music on Wednesday.C B GREENFIELD - A LITTLE MADNESS (1989)
But what had he done to be singled out for this terrible proscription of The People?THE JOE LEAPHORN MYSTERIES (1989)
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