WORD OF THE DAY


WORD OF THE DAY
Prorogue
proh-rohg
Part of speech: verb
Origin: Late Middle English, 15th century
1

To postpone a meeting without cancelling it

2

To defer or suspend a legislative session

Examples of Prorogue in a sentence

“The board elected to prorogue the current course of action, tabling future meetings until a more suitable time.”

“In a swift resolution, Parliament voted to prorogue all sessions until the end of the year.”