banish

[ ban-ish ]SEE DEFINITION OF banish

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BANISH

They would banish me, Calderon; banish me in the very prime of my years!

Let me hear the whole affair from Johnson, and then I will banish it from my thoughts.

It will cost two millions and a half, but it will banish ignorance.

How easy it is to dereligionise the human race and banish God from the Universe!

He got up to banish it, and it stood before him face to face.

He can but order me away from Court, or, at most, banish me from France.

His first measure next morning was to banish Richmond from the Court.

She knew that there was only a word of hers needed to banish him from her presence forever.

He was shocked at his own doubts, and did his best to banish them from his mind.

"And banish him from the house ever after," rejoined Mrs. Kennyfeck, bitterly.

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