Thesaurus / banishes


It banishes pain, sickness, weakness, and cheats death of his prey.

The ClarionSamuel Hopkins Adams

Abolishes the Church of England, and banishes its adherents.

On their arrival at the lists he banishes them both, Bolingbroke for six years, Mowbray for ever.

William ShakespeareJohn Masefield

I have understood the noble grief that disturbs your heart, and banishes sleep from your eyes and peace from your soul.

It dissipates melancholy, drives away all importunate cares, and banishes panic fears from the mind.

A healthy social state enforces labour by natural laws, and banishes inertia as much as possible from the system.

In her rage she banishes her favorite Prothoe from her presence, but in a quick revulsion takes her back.

God, the guide and physician of the mind, it is who preserves the good and banishes the bad.

He feels also that he must put God as far as possible out of the way of evil, and therefore he banishes him from an evil world.


And “the great Light came,” and His wonderful Presence not only illumines the house but banishes the fear of sin and death.


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