Thesaurus / banished

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Before long the condemned men were released, some without conditions and others were banished from the Colony.

They were jeered at by the vulgar, fined, imprisoned, or banished by Ministers and Magistrates.

The city surrendered, the new Pope begged for mercy, and was banished to Germany.

The Rise of the Mediaeval ChurchAlexander Clarence Flick

M., who for his part in Church matters, had been banished to England, d. at Berwick on his way back to Scotland.

Notwithstanding Richard's earnest interposition, they heavily fined and banished them.

Odd Bits of HistoryHenry W. Wolff

For two or three minutes the illusion remained, till it was banished by retrospection.

From the first shock of the opposing forces it was banished, being reserved for the mle which afterwards ensued.

Simon had banished that first look which Mary saw, but there remained in his eyes something more than their usual cold stare.

SimonJ. Storer Clouston

I am divided from mankind—a solitaire; one banished from human society.

But from England late events had banished him, and with a most damaged reputation.

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