Proscribed and Unlawful

Proscribed

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Proscribed adjective – That may not be permitted.
Usage example: the organization lost its nonprofit status after it was determined to have engaged in several proscribed fund-raising activities

Unlawful and proscribed are semantically related In some cases you can use "Unlawful" instead an adjective "Proscribed".
Nearby Words: proscription, proscribing
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Unlawful

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Unlawful adjective – Contrary to or forbidden by law.
Usage example: it is unlawful to set off fireworks within the city limits

Proscribed and unlawful are semantically related in prohibited topic. You can use "Proscribed" instead an adjective "Unlawful".
Nearby Words: unlawfulness, unlawfully
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