1. prescribed

adjective. ['priːˈskraɪbd'] set down as a rule or guide.


  • unarbitrary


  • desecrated
  • elective

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Words that Rhyme with Prescribed

  • undersubscribed
  • oversubscribed
  • unsubscribed
  • circumscribed
  • transcribed
  • subscribed
  • proscribed
  • inscribed
  • described
  • ascribed
  • imbibed
  • bribed

Example sentences of the word prescribed

1. Adjective
Add the prescribed amount to a gallon of water while wearing gloves and a dust mask.

2. Verb, past tense
Schedule an appointment with the doctor that prescribed the medication.

3. Verb, past participle
Set the kiln to shut off at the temperature prescribed by the manufacturer.

Quotes containing the word prescribed

1. It's daring to be curious about the unknown, to dream big dreams, to live outside prescribed boxes, to take risks, and above all, daring to investigate the way we live until we discover the deepest treasured purpose of why we are here.
- Luci Swindoll, I Married Adventure

2. I have no argument with those who see in organized religion a template or an imperative to live life according to a prescribed set of beliefs. Just give others the room, within the laws of civil society, to believe or not believe whatever they like.
- Michael J. Fox, Always Looking Up: The Adventures of an Incurable Optimist

2. prescribed

adjective. ['priːˈskraɪbd'] fixed or established especially by order or command.


  • appointed
  • decreed
  • settled


  • neutral
  • pessimistic
  • unsupportive
  • destructive

3. prescribed

adjective. ['priːˈskraɪbd'] conforming to set usage, procedure, or discipline.


  • regular


  • uninhabited
  • stormy

4. prescribed

adjective. ['priːˈskraɪbd'] formally laid down or imposed.


  • formal


  • unfurnished
  • unassigned