Origin of ostracize
OTHER WORDS FROM ostracizeos·tra·ciz·a·ble, adjectiveos·tra·ci·za·tion, nounos·tra·ciz·er, noun
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How to use ostracize in a sentence
I’ve been advocating harm reduction from the very beginning, and I was criticized, ostracized, yelled at ….4 lessons from the early pandemic that no longer apply|Sigal Samuel|August 25, 2021|Vox
You might want to change, but if you get ostracized, it’s very difficult to persist.The Pros and Cons of America’s (Extreme) Individualism (Ep. 470)|Stephen J. Dubner|July 22, 2021|Freakonomics
Fed up with being ostracized, stigmatized, bullied and worse, the new generation is fighting back just like those who came before them.A new breed of heroes emerges in ‘Underground’ doc|John Paul King|July 1, 2021|Washington Blade
Online communities gave them a place – and a space – to be themselves, without fear of being ostracized, undermined or harassed.
When I came out two years ago I was so worried I’d be ostracized by my community or worse.University student becomes first non-binary mayor in Wales|Brody Levesque|May 14, 2021|Washington Blade
No, let us everywhere put down treason and ostracize traitors.
Did not the very persons whom he was serving ostracize him, in order that they might not hear his voice for ten years?Gorgias|Plato
To hinder the unfolding truth, to ostracize whatever uplifts mankind, is of course out of the question.No and Yes|Mary Baker Eddy
They ostracize Aristides, simply because they are "tired of hearing him always called the Just."The Expositor's Bible: The Epistle to the Galatians|G. G. Findlay
Later a meeting of the citizens of Mobile proposed to ostracize those who refused to accept Confederate notes.Civil War and Reconstruction in Alabama|Walter L. Fleming