Prorogue in a Sentence  🔊

Definition of Prorogue

to defer or discontinue Parliament or other government business for a period of time

Examples of Prorogue in a sentence

The governor was advised to prorogue Parliament for now and call a meeting at a later date. 🔊

It is the task of the country’s monarch to summon Parliament to make decisions and prorogue them when more time is needed. 🔊

As is his duty, the king chose to prorogue the House of Parliament, discontinuing their assemblies on the subject. 🔊

Opposition inside the state’s government led leaders to prorogue any voting until the political climate settled. 🔊

New laws require the government to summon Parliament annually and bar them from being able to prorogue it without its consent to dissolve. 🔊

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