The university, too, came to its senses and revoked the rustication of the students.
Here, to recover from a state of debility thus produced, a year's rustication has been found necessary.
Nor does the fact that this rustication is compulsory distress or annoy me.
About the fifth day of his rustication the sharp edge of Chieftain's appreciation became dulled.
I dare say you heard from Henrietta how we enjoyed our rustication at Siena.
He was offered a rustication, on a better living; but Henley did not come from the country to return to it.
At Verona and Pola a still further improvement is made by the rustication of the exterior.
It is, however, I believe, sometimes supposed that rustication gives an appearance of solidity to foundation stones.
The delay resulted from an occurrence which he never admitted deserved a year's rustication.
Why, nine spirited young fellows out of ten would snap their fingers at rustication, if it wasn't for the home business.
1620s, "to reside in the country," back-formation from rustication, or else from Latin rusticationem (nominative rusticatio) "act or fact of living in the country," noun of action from past participle stem of rusticari "live or stay in the country," from rusticus (see rustic). Meaning "send into the country" is from 1714.