proscription

[ proh-skrip-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF proscription
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Cicero was included in the first 17 victims of the Proscription.

Proscription, the miserable invention of ungenerous ambition.

Proscription has its advantages—for one thing, it binds human hearts like hoops of steel.

This Proscription of Sulla was the first instance of the kind, but it was repeated at a later time.

Proscription and persecution were systematized in a manner without precedent, by the compilation of lists of all suspects.

Proscription was not the result of any trial but of the caprice of the general, and that too without any warning.

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