Banishing [verb]

Definition of Banishing:

expel from place or situation

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Sentence/Example of Banishing:

He banishes her from the kingdom, penniless—stripped of everything, not even a beaten down energy ETF.

Even after ending his holdout during that season’s trade deadline, he was banished from the team’s practice facility by Bruce Allen, the team’s president at the time.

That doesn’t mean that Kavanaugh is any kind of moderate — his most recent voting rights opinion leaves little doubt that he intends to banish to the sunken place longstanding doctrines protecting the right to vote.

Coincidentally, it was also the start of my pregnancy’s morning-sickness hell, which banished all thoughts of denim from my mind.

I recall scurrying around the warren of makeshift media tents in the parking lot under the Convention Center and braving the August heat to report on the protesters banished to a barren, fenced-in parking lot.

But, fortunately, they had scant time for repining, and there is nothing like active occupation to banish useless brooding.

That would be fair and manly, and he would consent to it; but let them not banish the constitution from Ireland.

Gilbert strode to the door, but he paused with his hand on the knob, waiting for the last word to recall or banish him.

If I am incredulous, is it possible for me to banish from my mind the reasons which have unsettled my faith?

By satisfying longing for vengeance, he would banish into the impossible all life happiness.