ban[ ban ]SEE DEFINITION OF ban
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BAN
He has placed your city of Coimbra under a ban of excommunication.
How could he exist with the knowledge that he was under the ban of the gods?
But the Rabbis shook their heads and laid the ban upon him and his disciples.
Helena de' Franchi gave the news of the ban to Giuseppe de' Franchi.
Then, bleeding, he sat on the ground, and heard the ban solemnly removed.
The interesting invalid has lifted the ban, which was crushing one of us, at least.
The contemner of the ban of Sinai fell "stricken through" the body.
She must have no terms with it; if she would be true to her Master, she must ban and anathematize it.
The ban of secrecy had made it, doubtless, an object of suspicion.
Nature creates her own ranks, and puts her ban upon misalliances.