Excommunicating [verb]

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They don’t excommunicate people who could help rebuild a majority.

The conservative movement had excommunicated the Birchers’ conspiratorial, unpatriotic hostility — for the next few decades, at least.

But he gave to the clergy the exclusive right to excommunicate, and to regulate the administration of the sacraments.

He could depose prelates and excommunicate the greatest personages; he enjoyed enormous revenues; he was vicegerent of the Pope.

The Pope allowed him to excommunicate the persons who occupied his estates, but not the King himself.

This mans wedding-business was so extensive and so scandalous, that the Bishop of London found it necessary to excommunicate him.

Yonder holy man of a bishop, who sleeps not far from you, gorged with wine and meat, might excommunicate you if he heard you!

A better monk or a nobler lord abbat was never slain by princely violence and the wickedness of excommunicate men.

Suppose I suffer my caste to excommunicate me, both my girls will be dishonored and miserable for the rest of their lives.

What matters it that yonder high-spiced kingdom should excommunicate such as we are?