Definition of proscription in English:
1The action of forbidding something; banning: the proscription of the party after the 1715 Rebellion
More example sentences
- By the way, there is no requirement from the UN Security Council for a general proscription power to be enacted.
- There are no provisions for banned passengers to see the accusatory information or contest their proscription.
- Virginia would no longer suffer such state prescriptions or proscriptions of religion.
1.1Condemnation or denunciation of something.
- There should, in short, never be a blanket proscription of expression.
- Deep down inside, staying alive (a biological imperative) took precedence over social proscriptions against cannibalism.
- With respect, I think you are drawing a far too narrow proscription.
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