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banish from (something or some place)

To prohibit someone from a certain place or thing. A noun or pronoun can be used between "banish" and "from." My rude comments got me banished from that website. My friends and I were banished from that restaurant after we got into a fight there.
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banish someone or something from some place

to ban or evict someone or something from some place. The town council banished motorcycles from all the parks in town. The new law banished vagrants from the train station.
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Banished proved to be a rewarding game when the player does things right.
Were it not for the list of banished words, Lake Superior State University in Sault Ste.
Fortunately, Lake Superior State Unversity annually provides a list of the current generation of cliches--what it calls its "List of Words Banished from the Queen's English for Media and General Uselessness.
The former Blues boss described his reaction as 'a bit of fun' but fourth official Neil Perkin took exception and referee Paul Armstrong banished him into the stands.
Those caustic sprays can be banished and replaced with natural alternatives.
Conveniently located in the landmark historic section of Bedford Stuyvesant and loaded with neighborhood charm, chic families are no longer banished to the 'burbs.
can sleep easier at night: By official proclamation of the mayor, Satan is officially banished from the community.
Members of the Irish group Survivors of Child Abuse are furious after a court last week banished James Kelly to Britain on his release next year.
I banished my evil twin, Ferris, from my life 12 years ago.
For this she was banished for 50 years, while her perpetrator was sentenced to a banishment of only 10 years.
Files that are dragged to the Burn utility are banished to the twilight zone and overwritten with a series of random numbers.
On Tongass National Forest in Alaska, two Tlingit native youths, banished by tribal leaders to a "remote island" after robbing and beating a pizza delivery man, illegally occupy land and use firearms.
For translating and circulating among the ladies a wanton tale from the 16th-century Italian poet Ludovico Ariosto, Harington was banished from court by Queen Elizabeth I until he finished the translation of Ariosto's epic poem Orlando furioso.