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of Proscribe


shut out, bootlegged.
Banished, Disallowed, barred, Expatriated, Excluded, Expelled, Amputated, removed, Deported, Excommunicated, Eradicated, Ejected, banned, forbidden, repudiated, Disbarred, Eliminated, Renounced, rejected, Extradited, prohibited, Exiled, Denied, blacklisted, Excised, Blackballed, Evicted, Ostracized, Relegated.
on one's head, convictable, in the wrong, out of line, Accusable, in error, on head.
unwarrantable, under the table, not legal, not approved, outside the law, unlicensed, illegal, black-market, extralegal, unwarranted.
closed down, not allowed.
forbidden, tabu, prohibited, taboo, impermissible, out, verboten.
Forbade, disqualified, ignored, Ousted, Boycotted.
Examples of usage:
  1. In considering the religious side of the question, the parallel would be found still more striking, as the proscribed ministers of religion were of the same faith in France as in the British Isles, while the means adopted for their destruction were exactly similar. – Irish Race in the Past and the Present by Aug. J. Thebaud
  2. It was the last time that those words were ever heard from the lips of the man already proscribed by Philip. – The Rise of the Dutch Republic, Volume II.(of III) 1566-74 by John Lothrop Motley Last Updated: January 25, 2009
  3. In 1760 the Protestant religion was about to penetrate into Canada in the train of the victorious armies of Great Britain, having been proscribed in the colony from the time of Champlain. – The Makers of Canada: Bishop Laval by A. Leblond de Brumath
  4. To him it seemed more probable that the Indian had had a quarrel with his tribe, or had committed some offense for which he was proscribed. – Footprints in the Forest by Edward Sylvester Ellis