prorogued[ proh-rohg ]SEE DEFINITION OF prorogued
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The Wurtemburg Diet, for a similar reason, was prorogued on the 4th.
They did so; the bills were passed; and, on 17th December, Parliament was prorogued.
The parliament of Lower Canada was prorogued on the 18th of February.
And he prorogued the Assembly until the 10th day of January, 1770.
The Parliament had been prorogued, and the Bloody Statute was not yet re-enacted.
The parliament was then prorogued to the eighteenth of June.
After his speech they were prorogued to the second day of April.
The parliament was then prorogued to the twenty-seventh of May.
After all business was despatched, the parliament was prorogued.
The Parliament was prorogued to-day, as I told you, for three weeks.