Thesaurus.com
Thesaurus / prorogue
FEEDBACK

prorogue

See definition of prorogue on Dictionary.com

How to use prorogue in a sentence

Take away from the Governor his power to prorogue and dissolve, leave him the veto, and there will soon be collision.
ABRIDGEMENT OF THE DEBATES OF CONGRESS, FROM 1789 TO 1856 (4 OF 16 VOL.)VARIOUS
The gentleman would take away from the Territorial Governors the power to prorogue and dissolve the Assemblies.
ABRIDGEMENT OF THE DEBATES OF CONGRESS, FROM 1789 TO 1856 (4 OF 16 VOL.)VARIOUS
Retain the qualified veto, and take away the power to prorogue and dissolve, and what will be the consequence?
ABRIDGEMENT OF THE DEBATES OF CONGRESS, FROM 1789 TO 1856 (4 OF 16 VOL.)VARIOUS
If the assemblies took notice of it, they were to prorogue or dissolve them.
THE COLONIZATION OF NORTH AMERICAHERBERT EUGENE BOLTON
I was so fortunate as to arrive just in time to see Lord Harcourt, with the usual ceremonies, prorogue the Parliament.
A TOUR IN IRELANDARTHUR YOUNG
The Emperor may prorogue, adjourn, or dissolve, the chamber of representatives.
MEMOIRS OF THE PRIVATE LIFE, RETURN, AND REIGN OF NAPOLEON IN 1815, VOL. IIFLEURY DE CHABOULON.
I now free you from further attendance, and prorogue you till the Session of next year.
SPEECHES OF HIS MAJESTY KAMEHAMEHA IV. TO THE HAWAIIAN LEGISLATUREKAMEHAMEHA IV
We prorogue on Friday, and have finished all our business to-day, which is a great load off my shoulders.
MEMOIRS OF THE COURT AND CABINETS OF GEORGE THE THIRD, VOLUME 2 (OF 2)THE DUKE OF BUCKINGHAM
The sovereign had never dared to prorogue them against their will, they argued.
THE SCOTTISH PARLIAMENTROBERT S. (ROBERT SANGSTER) RAIT
This view of q bears upon the theory of words like prorogue, &c.
THE ENGLISH LANGUAGEROBERT GORDON LATHAM
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
Choose the synonym for future
capacitor

WORDS RELATED TO PROROGUE

  • adjourned
  • arrested
  • checked
  • curbed
  • deferred
  • delayed
  • detained
  • discontinued
  • halted
  • held
  • held over
  • hindered
  • impeded
  • intermited
  • interrupted
  • obstructed
  • postponed
  • prevented
  • prorogued
  • put off
  • shelved
  • stalled
  • stopped
  • suspended
  • warded off
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.