prescription[ pri-skrip-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF prescription
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Duncan, alone in the store, was busy behind the prescription counter.
I want details of the new process—the prescription, in fact.
I cannot give you the prescription because it is a trade secret.
Von Holzen had destroyed the prescription before her on purpose.
At the end he made a note in his card-index and wrote out a prescription.
You say you'd be out of your mind in a week, if you adopted my prescription.
Of course I should have realized that no advice or "prescription" could help me.
I began to lose faith in the "prescription" which he had promised so emphatically.
"You are going to take my prescription, after all," he crowed.
I'll send you a prescription for his heart, if he breathes too heavily.