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Synonyms for banish

Synonyms for banish

to force to leave a country or place by official decree

to rid one's mind of

Synonyms for banish

expel from a community or group

ban from a place of residence, as for punishment

expel, as if by official decree

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Today while the nation has succeeded in banishing dictators name from the Constitution it has to join hands to banish his legacy of militancy, hatred and religious bigotry, he added.
Today while the nation has succeeded in banishing dictator's name from the Constitution it has to join hands to banish his legacy of militancy, hatred and religious bigotry, he said.
A special selection of prayers has been published today by the Church of England to call for divine help banishing the Monday blues.
A common excuse given for banishing public mention of Christmas from the marketplace is the fear of offending atheists, Muslims, Jews, Hindus, and other non-Christians.
With an impressive emphasis on self-discipline and the need for training the practitioner's own will, High Magick covers all of the major facets of high magick including "The Lesser Banishing Ritual of the Pentagram", sigil magick, ritual magick, visualization, the "Greater Ritual of the Pentagram", planetary magick, tools of the magician, talisman work, mantra magick, money magick, magickal paradigms, chaos and cyber magick.
Tips, tricks, and techniques for banishing stress, fostering positive interaction, building team spirit, finding balance in one's life and much more fill this brief yet immediately accessible and handy primer.
Department of State issued a memo banishing the typeface Courier New from official written materials.
IT'S great that the Los Angeles City Council is taking a hard line against employees who are convicted of workers' compensation fraud by banishing them from the city's employment rolls.
raised some eyebrows by officially banishing Satan from her community, it appears a lawsuit will not be forthcoming.
Brodell recommends banishing the critters with an over-the-counter medication containing permethrin.
Let us make a solemn decision now that war will never be tolerated or sought as a means of resolving differences; let us promise our fellow human beings that we will work untiringly for disarmament and the banishing of all nuclear weapons.
3 Within the heady atmosphere that may result from the unfounded supposition that we are seeing the "end of AIDS," we will see extreme factions--one championing abundant sex without qualification, another banishing sex as tantamount to death.
There are, however, three serious weaknesses with Banishing Bureaucracy that must be addressed if the reinvention movement is to survive in the long run.
By banishing the self-centered romanticism that humanizes animals, Schullery makes the familiar strange again.