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banish
used in The 100

6 uses
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Definition
to expel or get rid of
in various senses, including:
  • to force someone to leave a country as punishment
  • to push an idea from the mind
  • A few months of military rations weren't enough to banish the specter of malnutrition that haunted the Colony's poor outer ships, Walden and Arcadia.
    p. 2.4
  • "We'll banish them from camp."
    p. 249.9
  • Banish?
    p. 250.1
  • I know banishment sounds harsh, but I wasn't sure what else to do."
    p. 251.4
  • She'd slipped out after her mother had finally gone to bed, and now she tried to banish the image of her mother waking up and finding Glass gone.
    p. 306.5
  • Either the guards were on patrol in some other part of Phoenix, or they'd all been banished back to Walden and Arcadia, where they wouldn't steal any more of the air that had been reserved for Phoenician lungs.
    p. 307.2

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