Definition of "excommunicates" [excommunicates]

  • Plural form of excommunicate. (noun)
  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of excommunicate. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "excommunicates" in a sentence
  • "The futuristic India in Ian McDonald's River of Gods would be marvelous enough with its technological society, one where the sentience of artificial intelligence is limited by a law called the Hamilton Acts; where illegal software houses circumvent the law; where a government agency known as The Ministry "excommunicates" rogue AIs from this world; where virtual reality is the order of the day; where popular soap operas feature computer-generated characters played by computer-generated actors; where advanced medical procedures can turn you into a genderless "nute" or genetic engineering can give you a disease free, slow-aging Brahmin child; where power is generated underneath sidewalks that harness the energy of footsteps; where even greater amounts of energy can be realized from the potential difference between two universes that exist at different ground states; and where an alien artifact is found in space that holds untold mysteries."
  • "I say, unless one excommunicates the vicious freaks and opposes them at every opportunity?"
  • "The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the mainstream Mormon church, abandoned the practice in 1890 as a condition of Utah's statehood and excommunicates members who engage in the practice."
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