CON-SCRIBE

conscribe

[kuhn-skrahyb]
verb (used with object), conscribed, conscribing.
1.
to constrict or limit; circumscribe.
2.
to force into military service; conscript.

Origin:
1540–50; < Latin conscrībere to enroll, enlist, equivalent to con- con- + scrībere to write

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