Nowhere has the banishment of love and passion been more complete than it has in politics.
Second offenses would be punished by banishment…that could be appealed after one year.
“I truly thought my banishment would only last for a month or so,” she writes.
While quarantined, she was seemingly powerless to challenge her banishment to a tent in Newark.
It was this bullishness that clashed with Bigelow and Boal, leading to his banishment from the set.
If a Sudra presumed to sit upon a Brahmin's carpet, his punishment was banishment.
As a consequence, the poet retired for a time from Paris to banishment at Limoges.
Guillem Arnaud was in no way abashed by the banishment of his colleague.
The cause of Hyperbolus's banishment is said to have been this.
He swept away by death or banishment all who opposed his authority or excited his fears.
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.