proctorize

verb
proc·​tor·​ize
variants: also British proctorise \ ˈ⸗⸗ˌrīz \
also British -ed/-ing/-s

Definition of proctorize 

transitive verb

archaic : to subject to proctorial authority (as by reprimanding, disciplining)

intransitive verb

archaic : to serve in the position of a proctor

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