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banish
used in Throne of Glass

5 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
  • Magic was dead, the Fae were banished or executed, and she would never again have anything to do with the rise and fall of kingdoms.
    p. 37.5
  • He couldn't banish her heart-wrenching music from his mind, even when he burned his mother's list of eligible maidens, even when he read a book long into the night, even when he finally fell asleep.
    p. 149.8
  • How strange it was to hear Dorian, son of the man who had banished and outlawed all traces of magic, talking about powerful amulets.
    p. 266.6
  • With his birth, love was brought into Erilea, and it banished the chaos that arose from the Gates of the Wyrd.
    p. 281.9
  • I've spent months banishing and destroying the creatures he summoned; that is why I've sometimes been so absent."
    p. 379.2

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