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banish
used in The Phantom Tollbooth

7 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
  • "We'll banish them from the kingdom forever."
    p. 77.6
  • "Banishing the two princesses was the last thing they' ever agreed upon, and they soon fell to warring with each other.
    p. 77.8
  • "STOP THAT AT ONCE," thundered Azaz, "or I'll banish the lot of you!"
    p. 89.9
  • Many people thought it was the weather, and others blamed the moon, but the general consensus of opinion held that the trouble began at the time that Rhyme and Reason were banished.
    p. 149.0
  • It has been that way since Rhyme and Reason were banished.
    p. 198.8
  • "THEN I DON'T," he thundered again, "for since they've been banished, we've never agreed on anythingand we never will."
    p. 199.9
  • Higher and higher they climbed, in search of the castle and the two banished princesses—from one crest to the next, from jagged rock to jagged rock, up frightful crumbling cliffs and along desperately narrow ledges where a single misstep meant only good-by.
    p. 224.1

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