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- gael gwaredhalltudiobanishesRoedd gwaredualltudiaeth
Verb(1) expel from a community or group(2) ban from a place of residence, as for punishment(3) expel, as if by official decree(4) drive away
(1) it's perfectly feasible to banish the smoke without banning smoking(2) Eighty years ago the Irish people fought a revolution to banish foreign soldiers from our country.(3) Or laws that banish her and her ilk from public places to the dingy sidewalk.(4) Next you'll be throwing a cross in my face and attempting to banish me from a holy building.(5) This discrimination and victimisation must be banished from the system.(6) She is the epitome of quiet indignation, especially on learning that the smell of cigar smoke will soon be banished from the cigar shop.(7) Self-pity and defeatism are quickly banished from his mind whenever they turn up.(8) A healthy competition between the sexes can also be fun once the young child is banished to bed.(9) When I'm banished to my little corner of the loungette with my laptop, I do seven hours of actual writing.(10) Home boss Allan Evans was banished to the stand as he too fell victim to fraying tempers.(11) But Stewart's banishment was permanent when he was shown the red card for apparently stamping on an opponent towards the end of today's match.(12) And so the fear of being a loner was finally banished to the far depths of my mind.(13) She deals with themes of banishment , rejection and blurred sexual preference both symbolically and directly with an evocative skill.(14) He was banished for two years after being sent off in Prague.(15) Those rickety buses with steel bars sticking out just to load extra numbers should be banished from our roads.(16) Yet, though weeds may be banished from the central beds of a formal garden, they were still capable of sturdy growth and a beauty all their own.
1. exile ::
2. dispel ::
3. ban ::
4. relegate ::
Different Formsbanish, banished, banishes, banishing, banishment
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