ostracism

[ os-truh-siz-uh m ]SEE DEFINITION OF ostracism

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Your club, Sir Philip, will do me honour by such an ostracism.

For to Sophia, ostracism had long since become a kind of second nature.

But is our moral condition the true reason of our ostracism?

This is ostracism, and ostracism, so to speak, is a physiological organ of democracy.

This law of ostracism is as dangerous in science as it was of old in politics.

So they banished him by ostracism, and he went to Argos to live.

It was also with Cleisthenes that the measure known as Ostracism originated.

We read of attempts upon his life, of excommunication, and of ostracism.

Ostracism, and two discharges; 41 whites voted of the 4200 who registered.

The banishment of egos, ostracism, makes the people autocrat.

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