use proscribe in a sentence.
I don't like your proposed email, because it proscribes a solution without describing the problem.
Especially given that that proscribed model is car dealerships, one of the most universally despised methods of buying something.
The trailing preposition is different because it was always good Old English and only recently proscribed.
Of course, this would require repeal of the wage-and-hour laws that today proscribe any such thing.
I grew to dislike the AP style guide, which proscribes the final serial comma.
Modern USG is neither proscribed nor prescribed by the written constitution - it is extraconstitutional (same as Google).
And how would a person who was supporting Prop8 (say, a practicing Orthodox Jew, a Tibetan Buddhist, a Muslim, a Sikh, or a Christian, all faiths which explicitly proscribe homosexual behavior) feel about working at Google after hearing this?
My understanding of a "right" is not something that must be provided--rather, it's something that cannot be proscribed.
Since most sites would not proscribe using your real name as a username, this definition makes the most sense.
A bunch of self proscribed hackers find him more interesting than either John McCarthy or Dennis Ritchie.
They're not forcing you to use widgets, and you don't have to display tweets as proscribed by their API restrictions if you aren't doing it through a widget.
Adding spaces to make things line up is proscribed by the Python Style Guide.
Spending engineer hours (money) on packaging the libraries in the proscribed ways.