Definition of Conscribes
1. conscribe [v] - See also: conscribe
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Literary usage of Conscribes
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Dawn in Britain by Charles Montagu Doughty (1906)
"But when is Sylvius, thither, now arrived; He, to those servile tasks, conscribes free Britons ! Men namely Iceni, which of ..."
2. The Political Conditions of Allied Success: A Plea for the Protective Union by Norman Angell (1918)
"... establishment of the rights of the community to con- scribe wealth as it conscribes lives, than peace time propaganda could have done in half a century. ..."
3. Life of Japan by Masuji Miyakawa (1907)
"... sian-Japanese war, :nt conscribes all chi- io their military duty for a •-cars. It is the pride of the fulfill this requirement. ..."
4. Notes Upon Russia: Being a Translation of the Earliest Account of that by Sigmund Herberstein, Richard Henry Major (1851)
"Every second or third year the prince holds a census through the provinces, and conscribes the sons of the boyars, that he may know their number, ..."