Origin of excommunicate
OTHER WORDS FROM excommunicateex·com·mu·ni·ca·tor, nounun·ex·com·mu·ni·cat·ed, adjective
Words nearby excommunicate
How to use excommunicate in a sentence
In Poland, it’s almost impossible for openly LGBTQ people to remain an active part of the Roman Catholic Church, which, according to activists, excommunicates people who are openly LGBTQ.The Unorthodox Priest Leading Poland's Fight for LGBTQ Rights|Madeline Roache|June 18, 2021|Time
Beyond that, Cheney seems to be placing a bet on the long term — the idea that, even if she’s excommunicated from House GOP leadership and loses her seat in Congress, she might eventually emerge better for it.Liz Cheney appears to be lighting her political career on fire. But for what?|Aaron Blake|May 5, 2021|Washington Post
Petrey said that he is not aware of a mental health professional who has been excommunicated for issues directly related to their work.Mormon sex therapist faces discipline and possible expulsion from the LDS Church|Sarah Pulliam Bailey|April 16, 2021|Washington Post
Although Weinstein has been excommunicated from the industry, some of his less controversial campaigning practices remain.
They don’t excommunicate people who could help rebuild a majority.No, Trumpism Isn’t Over. Look at What Just Happened in Arizona|Philip Elliott|January 25, 2021|Time
Even after she left its barbed bosom, it did its best to further excommunicate and sideline her.
Jewish and world leaders privately asked him to excommunicate Hitler, but he declined to do so.
And rather than fight with them, they'll just excommunicate and ignore him, which half of them have already done anyway, probably.
But he gave to the clergy the exclusive right to excommunicate, and to regulate the administration of the sacraments.Beacon Lights of History, Volume VI|John Lord
He could depose prelates and excommunicate the greatest personages; he enjoyed enormous revenues; he was vicegerent of the Pope.
The Pope allowed him to excommunicate the persons who occupied his estates, but not the King himself.
This mans wedding-business was so extensive and so scandalous, that the Bishop of London found it necessary to excommunicate him.
Yonder holy man of a bishop, who sleeps not far from you, gorged with wine and meat, might excommunicate you if he heard you!The Poniard's Hilt|Eugne Sue