Definition of Banishing

1. Verb. (present participle of banish) ¹



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Definition of Banishing

1. banish [v] - See also: banish

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Banishing

bani
bania
baniak
banian
banian tree
banians
banias
baning
banish
banish'd
banishable
banished
banisher
banishers
banishes
banishing (current term)
banishment
banishments
banisht
banister
banistered
banisterine
banisters
banjax
banjaxed
banjaxes
banjaxing
banjo
banjo enclosure
banjo enclosures

Literary usage of Banishing

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1. Songs and Ballads of the American Revolution by Henry Llewellyn Williams, jr (1905)
"VIRGINIA banishing TEA. 1774. Many urgent appeals to the people of the different colonies 'were ... VIRGINIA banishing TEA. BEGONE, pernicious, baneful tea, ..."

2. A History of the Commonwealth of Florence: From the Earliest Independence of by Thomas Adolphus Trollope (1865)
"Dangers arising from the practice of banishing citizens—Endeavour of the Acciaiuoli to injure the Medicean banking business—The exiles stir up Venice ..."

3. The Works of George Fox by George Fox (1831)
"After a little time 1 wrote a letter to the council, to lay before them their unchristian dealings, in banishing me, an innocent man that sought their ..."

4. Theatrical Management in the West and South for Thirty Years by Solomon Smith (1868)
"banishing Rosalind. During this engagement a most ludicrous mistake of one of the actors, Mr. Duff, came very near putting a premature end to the ..."

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