prorogate

play
verb pro·ro·gate \ ˈprō-rə-ˌgāt \

Definition of prorogate

prorogated; prorogating
transitive verb

prorogation

play \ˌprō-rə-ˈgā-shən\ noun

Examples of prorogate in a Sentence

  1. the conference was prorogated until the following morning

First Known Use of prorogate

15th century



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