Synonyms of proscribe in English:

proscribe


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verb

1‘gambling was proscribed’

SYNONYMS
forbid, prohibit, ban, bar, disallow, rule out, embargo, veto, make illegal, interdict, outlaw, taboo
ANTONYMS

allow, permit

2‘a case was made for precisely the sort of intervention which the Report proscribed’

SYNONYMS
condemn, denounce, attack, criticize, censure, denigrate, damn, reject
ANTONYMS

authorize, accept

3‘the pedlar appeals to the local authorities who proscribe Buckley as a highwayman’

SYNONYMS
outlaw, boycott, black, blackball, exclude, ostracize
exile, expel, expatriate, evict, deport
excommunicate