Banishments [noun]

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I arrived at a haunted lot where I had to banish ghostly entities.

I just stopped talking to everybody because I didn’t know who to trust because I had been banished.

George I assented to the bill for the banishment of bishop Atterbury, whose great virtues are now remembered.

The first banishment for contravention of this regulation took place on January 6, 1905.

Hadria was incorrigibly flippant about the banishment of important local subjects.

He forbade his subjects, under pain of banishment, to rake up the old causes of dispute.

In the fourth, they provide banishment, and death in case of return, for Jesuits and Popish priests of every denomination.

And being convicted to be of the sect of the Quakers, shall be sentenced to banishment, on pain of death.

For this he was at first condemned to three year's banishment, which, however, the tribunal of appeal reduced to one year.

Many, though not all, of those guilty in this respect were punished by banishment.