banishment definition

  • noun:
    • The act of banishing.
    • hawaii to be banished, exile.
    • The work of banishing, or perhaps the state of being banished.
    • The act of banishing or compelling a citizen to go out of his country or host to residence by political or judicial authority.
    • their state of being banished; enforced lack; expulsion; exile, either in a legal or a general feeling: as, banishment from thy existence is worse than demise.
    • The work of operating away or dispelling: because, the banishment of attention from head.
    • getting rejected in the shape of an act of banishing or proscribing somebody
    • their state of being banished or ostracized (excluded from community by general permission)
    • The act of banishing.
    • hawaii to be banished, exile.
    • The work of banishing, and/or condition to be banished.
    • The act of banishing or compelling a citizen to leave his country or host to residence by political or judicial authority.
    • their state to be banished; implemented lack; expulsion; exile, either in a legal or a broad feeling: as, banishment from thy presence is even worse than death.
    • The act of operating away or dispelling: because, the banishment of treatment through the head.
    • getting rejected through an act of banishing or proscribing some body
    • their state of being banished or ostracized (omitted from community by basic permission)

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