Banished [verb]

Definition of Banished:

expel from place or situation

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Sentence/Example of Banished:

This is the place where the Muscovite criminals are banished to, if they are not put to death.

He had meted out stern justice to his own son, when he had banished big Reginald to South America; but he had his virtues.

The regulation chairs and tables of the furnished house had been banished from Mrs. Haggard's drawing-room.

They went to the capital, forcibly removed the king from his throne, and banished him to the island of Kang-wa.

The Dowager's fears were banished from her mind at that, and with them went all thought of conciliating Valerie.

Eusebius, the successor of Marcellus, was also banished on account of the controversy concerning the lapsed.

After a years episcopate he was first banished and then beheaded under Gallus, a worthy successor in persecution of Decius.

When he reached the hotel he tried to rest, but his excited brain banished every thought of slumber.

As much as possible he banished from poetry a too realistic imitation of eloquence, passion, and a too exact truth.

The malignant deities were banished; the gods of light and warmth were dominant again; happiness and security had returned to man.