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synonyms for prescribed

  • arbitrary
  • recommended
  • ethical
  • magistral
  • prescriptive
  • thetic
  • thetical
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antonyms for prescribed

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  • unprescribed
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How to use prescribed in a sentence

Sometimes a doctor may also prescribe drugs to fight the inflammation.
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Mondol said she has been unable to obtain certain doses of two of the most commonly prescribed opioids, oxycodone and oxymorphone—the drug Angevine was on.
PATIENTS STRUGGLE TO ACCESS PRESCRIPTION OPIOIDS AFTER NEW YORK TAX DRIVES AWAY SUPPLIERSLBELANGER225NOVEMBER 15, 2020FORTUNE
I think I mention this in that article as well, but my parents and I were prescribing my training, and we were obviously not educated.
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Jinx prescribes one of its proprietary mixes based on results and ships directly to the pet owner’s home.
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Bonomolo said she was released from the emergency room and prescribed ibuprofen to manage the pain.
AS FROSTBURG STATE UNIVERSITY RESUMES IN-PERSON TEACHING, CONCERNS OVER SAFETY MOUNTLAUREN LUMPKINNOVEMBER 5, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Congress can prescribe the regulation— “phase out the use of some specific pesticide over a three-year period”—and leave it to an administrative agency to work out the details, like how much has to be decreased each year.
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The Green New Deal does not prescribe exactly how the federal government should reach that target.
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Instead, the dentist prescribed antibiotics and anti-inflammatory drugs, and weeks later he had surgery.
TELEDENTISTRY IS FILLING A CAVITY LEFT BY THE PANDEMIC, BUT SOME CAUTION IT CAN’T REPLACE IN-PERSON VISITSLBELANGER225OCTOBER 21, 2020FORTUNE
Early detection of these changes might allow doctors to prescribe socialization early on as a way to keep the regions of the brain associated with social activity active and prevent them from atrophying.
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In Germany, several clinics and hospitals have climbing walls, so therapists can prescribe a bouldering exercise as part of an intervention.
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WORDS RELATED TO PRESCRIBED

  • assigned
  • assured
  • beyond doubt
  • circumscribed
  • convinced
  • decided
  • defined
  • determinate
  • determined
  • established
  • guaranteed
  • limited
  • narrow
  • precise
  • prescribed
  • restricted
  • set
  • settled
  • sure
  • advocated
  • carried out
  • charged
  • compelled
  • constrained
  • demanded
  • dictated
  • established
  • exacted
  • executed
  • forced upon
  • imposed
  • invoked
  • kept
  • ordained
  • prescribed
  • pressed
  • prevalent
  • required
  • sanctioned
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