excommunicate[ verb eks-kuh-myoo-ni-keyt; noun, adjective eks-kuh-myoo-ni-kit, -keyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF excommunicate
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXCOMMUNICATE
I do not know whether he did not even threaten to excommunicate all of us, living and dead.
Suppose the Pope were to excommunicate one of the two brothers.
She was a heretic whom any Court of Love must excommunicate.
The whole world may excommunicate me—I don't trouble myself!
We should excommunicate rich and poor alike, and pretty freely too.
He comes to scoff and does not remain to pray, but rather to excommunicate.
As he was the father, it fell to him to rebuke his son and to excommunicate him for his sin.
The pope has made a bull to excommunicate all those who use tobacco in the churches.
They said, you did excommunicate prisoners for taking the bond.
Then he solemnly pronounced her excommunicate and cut off from the body of the Church.