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Definition of "banishment" []

  • To expel from a place, esp by an official decree as a punishment (verb)
  • To drive away (verb)
  • The act of banishing. (noun)

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  • The state of being banished, exile. (noun)

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Use "banishment" in a sentence
  • "Nothing this jerk can do will ever convince me that he deserves anything more than banishment from the PGR and it's functions."
  • "Third offense calls for banishment from the island forever."
  • "- Eventually he learns that human lives have value too, same as his race and when the time of banishment is over."