What is banish?

  • (verb): Expel, as if by official decree.
    Synonyms: relegate, bar
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on banish:

Soul Of The Fire - Plot Summary
... some lore that relates the chimes to Anderith and he travels there to attempt to banish the chimes ... woman of the Baka Ban Mana) head to Anderith to banish the chimes ... Arriving in Anderith first, Zedd attempts to banish the chimes by offering them his soul ...
Itty Bitty Machine Company
... Ted Nelson, Ray Borrill, and Jim Banish founded the company ... Jim Banish told Alan McNeil in February 1977 that itty bitty couldn't make payroll and that the company was in serious trouble because of an outstanding debt ... Jim Banish said that because itty bitty's invoices had no penalty with interest specified, the large corporation had said the invoice was a zero-percent loan ...
Soul Of The Fire - Plot Summary
... some lore that relates the chimes to Anderith and he travels there to attempt to banish the chimes ... (Richard's first "wife" and spirit woman of the Baka Ban Mana) head to Anderith to banish the chimes ... Arriving in Anderith first, Zedd attempts to banish the chimes by offering them his soul ...
Spiritual Nexus - Production Note
... When the Nexus was destroyed using the Banish a Suxen spell, the Shadow, which was inside Zankou at the time, was destroyed at the same time because the Halliwell's Nexus' power no longer existed ... That is why Penny Halliwell only created the spell to banish the Shadow back into the Nexus, precisely because the Shadow could not be destroyed without destroying the actual Nexus itself ...

More definitions of "banish":

  • (verb): Ban from a place of residence, as for punishment.
    Synonyms: ban
  • (verb): Drive away.
    Example: "Banish bad thoughts"; "banish gloom"

Famous quotes containing the word banish:

    No more shall the war cry sever,
    Or the winding rivers be red:
    They banish our anger forever
    When they laurel the graves of our dead!
    Under the sod and the dew,
    Waiting the Judgment Day:—
    Love and tears for the Blue;
    Tears and love for the Gray.
    Francis Miles Finch (1827–1907)

    Four spectres haunt the Poor—Old Age, Accident, Sickness and Unemployment. We are going to exorcise them. We are going to drive hunger from the hearth. We mean to banish the workhouse from the horizon of every workman in the land.
    David Lloyd George (1863–1945)

    Modern pictures banish depiction for interfering with the workings of paint.
    Mason Cooley (b. 1927)