Etymology
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proscription (n.)

late 14c., proscripcioun, "decree of condemnation, outlawry, sentence of exile, the dooming of a citizen to death as a public enemy and confiscation of his goods," from Latin proscriptionem (nominative proscriptio) "a public notice (of sale); proscription, outlawry, confiscation," noun of action from past-participle stem of proscribere "publish in writing" (see proscribe).

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Definitions of proscription

proscription (n.)
a decree that prohibits something;
Synonyms: prohibition / ban
proscription (n.)
rejection by means of an act of banishing or proscribing someone;
Synonyms: banishment
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