Pre*scribe", v. i. 1. To give directions; to dictate.
A forwardness to prescribe to their opinions.Locke.
2. To influence by long use
Sir T. Browne.
(Med.) To write or to give medical directions; to indicate remedies; as, to prescribe for a patient in a fever.
(Law) To claim by prescription; to claim a title to a thing on the ground of immemorial use and enjoyment, that is, by a custom having the force of law.
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