Third-person singular simple present indicative form of banish.(verb)
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Use "banishes" in a sentence
"His solemnity seems just as authentic as the jauntiness it banishes, which is saying a lot."
"The New Poetry in its _highest_ expression banishes form, regularity and rhythm, and treats rhyme with unexampled barbarity."
"Peter BrownWeston under Redcastle, Shropshire• The morally-bankrupt and banal banns ban banishes non-EU nationals to a Bantustan for marriage-banquet bandits Lawful impediment: C of E tackles 'sham marriages', 12 April."