How to use the word Prescribed in a sentence? Sentence examples with the word Prescribed.
Examples of Prescribed in a sentence
- Alliott told Singleton that he was passing the prescribed prayer.
- Prescribed by a definite emotion!
- But if the Senior Surgeon’s blunt, wholesome invitation to ride had been perfectly sweet when he prescribed it for her in the Superintendent’s office, the invitation had certainly soured most amazingly in the succeeding ten minutes.
- Wherever she found a huddle of best china or linen or silver she raided it for her use, and the
table flared forth at last with a dainty, inconsequent prettiness that quite defied the Artist’s prescribed rules for beauty.
- “On the contrary–it is an Ice Cap prescribed by Fate for what has doubtless been an over-feverish youth.”
- But anyhow, what struck me to-day was the similarity between the military oath of these Christians and the military oath prescribed by our great Teacher to his Cynics.”
- The Law neither prescribed nor suggested any means of enforcing these two Great Commandments of “loving.”
- This precept of Isaiah agreed with the fundamental law prescribed in the code of Moses that the men of Israel were to “love” the Lord their God.
- Then I remembered that he had quoted the same passage in writing to the Galatians, in order to prove to them that the seed of Abraham did not obtain righteousness by doing the works prescribed in the code of Moses, but by following in the faith of their forefather.
- These traditions also prescribed minute regulations about preparing meat, and about avoiding
meat sold in the markets of Greek cities.
- This seems to me as unreasonable as it would have been to maintain, in Trajan’s time, that the gospels must be three because of the “three witnesses” prescribed by Moses on earth, and the three in heaven (the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit) and the three angels that visited Abraham, and so on.