Newspaper editorials called on colleges and high schools to banish football outright.
“The conservative course is not to banish gay people from making such commitments,” Brooks writes.
He ends partisan gridlock by trying to banish a practice that has become the epitome of partisan gridlock.
They harass, threaten, and banish organizations that defend your right to self-governance.
After a particularly egregious infraction—drunken fisticuffs, for instance—she could banish a customer entirely.
I tried to banish the thought as an absurdity, but was unable to do so.
They would banish me, Calderon; banish me in the very prime of my years!
I cannot banish from my view the great shame and wrong of slavery.
How easy it is to dereligionise the human race and banish God from the Universe!
In a place where I constitute society, who is there to banish me?'
late 14c., banischen, from banniss-, extended stem of Old French banir "announce, proclaim; levy; forbid; banish, proclaim an outlaw," from a Germanic source (perhaps Frankish *bannjan "to order or prohibit under penalty"), or from Vulgar Latin cognate *bannire (see bandit). Related: Banished; banishing.