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prō-scrībō scrīpsī, scrīptus, ere,

to make public by writing, publish, proclaim, announce: in eum diem Kalendas Martias: non proscriptā neque edictā die: proscribit se auctionem esse facturum. —To post up, offer for sale, proclaim, advertise: alterius bona: insulam.—To punish with confiscation, inflict forfeiture of property upon, deprive of property: ut (tribunus) proscribere possit quos velit: vicinos, confiscate the lands of.—To outlaw, ban, proscribe, proclaim beyond the protection of law: cum proscriberentur homines, qui, etc.: quorum victoriā Sullae parentes proscripti, S.

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