Definition of Provisos

1. Noun. (plural of proviso) ¹



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Definition of Provisos

1. proviso [n] - See also: proviso

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Provisos

provisionary
provisioned
provisioner
provisioners
provisioning
provisions
proviso
proviso quod
provisoes
provisor
provisorily
provisors
provisorship
provisorships
provisory
provisos (current term)
provisour
provitamin
provitamin A
provitamins
provocate
provocateur
provocateurs
provocation
provocations
provocative
provocatively
provocativeness
provocatives
provocatory

Literary usage of Provisos

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1. Handbook on the Construction and Interpretation of the Laws by Henry Campbell Black (1911)
"Construction of provisos. 132. Repugnant provisos and Saving Clauses. DEFINITIONS 126. A proviso is a clause added to a statute, or to a section or part ..."

2. Statutes and Statutory Construction: Including a Discussion of Legislative by Jabez Gridley Sutherland (1904)
"provisos, exceptions and saving clauses. ... section in its finished state.85 provisos and exceptions are similar; intended to restrain the enacting clause; ..."

3. An Abridgment of Bishop Burnet's History of His Own Times by Gilbert Burnet, Thomas Stackhouse (1906)
"f heirs of others, who had continued faithful to the C : I, many petitions were offered, the creditors of son ' £' ;• desired provisos for their security. ..."

4. The House of Lords Cases on Appeals and Writs of Error, Claims of Peerage by Great Britain Parliament. House of Lords, Charles Clark, William Finnelly (1870)
"The same provisos are then extended to the devises to Colonel Cust and the heirs male ... I do not think it material to advert to any other of the provisos, ..."

5. Latin Composition by Bernard Melzar Allen (1912)
"129. a. t £ si 'I provisos.— B. 310; A. & G. 528; H. 587. ... provisos 229. Dum, modo, dummodo, provided, if only, introduce a Proviso, and take the Present ..."

6. Copyright, Its History and Its Law: Being a Summary of the Principles and by Richard Rogers Bowker (1912)
"The solution finally reached was in the provisos added to the musical subsection (e) of section I of the bill, which in full is as follows: "(e) To perform ..."

7. Copyright, Its History and Its Law: Being a Summary of the Principles and by Richard Rogers Bowker (1912)
"The solution finally reached was in the provisos added to the musical subsection (e) of section 1 of the bill, which in full is as follows: " (e) To perform ..."

8. Elements of American Jurisprudence by William Callyhan Robinson (1900)
"Of the Interpretation of Ambiguous Words by the Title, Preamble, provisos, or Punctuation. The title and preamble of a statute, as well as its chapter and ..."

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