banishment

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  • He says that he cannot deal with it himself due to his banishment.
  • Those only who have suffered banishment will be able to understand what passed in her heart. Cited from Ten Years' Exile, by Anne Louise Germaine Necker
  • It shall be kept open for him, till the time of his banishment is over. Cited from The Other Girls, by Mrs. A. D. T. Whitney
  • He was offered release from banishment on conditions which he could not accept.
  • My Lord, how full of sweet content I pass my years of banishment. Cited from The Story of the Hymns and Tunes, Theron Brown and Hezekiah Butterworth
  • Success came to him in the last year of his banishment. Cited from A Man for the Ages, by Irving Bacheller
  • That is the test you put my love to: banishment from you. Cited from The Entailed Hat, by George Alfred Townsend
  • Ill and over eighty, he died within ten days on his way to his site of banishment.
  • This led to her banishment from France after his final defeat.
  • The American captain, however, on hearing the reason for their banishment, released them.
  • I have remembered you, and thought of you, and loved you, through months and years of banishment! Cited from Ungava, by R.M. Ballantyne
  • One would go into banishment if while coming down a ladder, one fell and killed someone.
  • A few days later, they added banishment for life to the penalty.
  • This banishment was short-lived, since he was brought in again and both teamed again one last time.
  • A year later her words would be used against her in a trial that would result in her banishment from the colony.
  • This may very well have been the illegal activity that resulted in their banishment to the surface world.
  • Everything else shall go away into destruction, into death, into punishment, into banishment from God. Cited from Robert Hardy's Seven Days, by Charles Monroe Sheldon
  • The banishment of Jewish co-workers played an essential role in this process.
  • Some banishments are for short periods, others for longer periods, others for life. Cited from Corea or Cho-sen, by A. (Arnold) Henry Savage-Landor
  • But if I were to marry, and thou suffer banishment alone, my father? Cited from The Tragedies of Euripides, Volume I, by Euripides
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Words starting with banishment

Meaning of banishment

  • noun The state of being banished or ostracized (excluded from society by general consent)
    the association should get rid of its elderly members--not by euthanasia, of course, but by Coventry
  • noun Rejection by means of an act of banishing or proscribing someone