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The council of Trent was prorogued for two years; it did not assemble again until 1562.
The English parliament prorogued on account of the differences between the lords and commons.
As soon as William had prorogued the Houses, he was impatient to be again in his native land.
Parliament was prorogued to the 22nd of November, but subsequently by proclamation to the 6th of December.
Before parliament was prorogued the weakness and vacillation of the ministry had been very apparent.
The house was prorogued on the twenty-sixth of March, but again summoned on the twenty-fifth of April.
He immediately prorogued the house, and made the necessary nominations to both the councils.
But this did not appease Napoleon, who made no attempt to conceal his rage, and prorogued the chamber in scorn.
THE LIFE OF NAPOLEON BONAPARTEWILLIAM MILLIGAN SLOANE
The Assembly met, appointed committees to correspond with the other colonies, and was prorogued once and again.
RICHARD CARVEL, COMPLETEWINSTON CHURCHILL
I do not yet know at what time the parliament will be prorogued: I should think in the end of August.

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judderverb (used without object) | [juhd-er ]SEE DEFINITION