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prescript

play
adjective pre·script \ˈprē-ˌskript, pri-ˈ\

Definition of prescript

  1. :  prescribed as a rule

prescript play \ˈprē-ˌskript\ noun


Origin of prescript

Middle English, from Latin praescriptus, past participle of praescribere


First Known Use: circa 1540


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