verb (used with object)
to expel from or relegate to a country or place by authoritative decree; condemn to exile:
He was banished to Devil’s Island.
to compel to depart; send, drive, or put away:
to banish sorrow.
verb (transitive)
to expel from a place, esp by an official decree as a punishment
to drive away: to banish gloom


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