prescript

[ adjective pri-skript, pree-skript; noun pree-skript ]SEE DEFINITION OF prescript

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PRESCRIPT

And all things are done and determined according to its will and prescript.

Whereby I became more careless to study my other prescript lessons.

The most important of these documents is the “prescript” or constitution of the old Klan.

All orders that I have seen were written according to the Register of the first Prescript.

According to his prescript, sharp exercise of lungs and limbs is a man's moral aid against temptation.

As an exhibit in the case against the present organization, I give the “Prescript” in full.

A constitution called the Prescript was adopted which provided for a national organization.

Provided, no Edict shall be made to conflict with any of the provisions or Edicts of this Prescript.

A constitution called the Prescript was here adopted for the entire order.

The purposes of the order, omitted in the first Prescript, was clearly declared in the revision.

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