Another word for banish
banish exile expatriate deport transport extraditeSearch Thesaurus
These verbs mean to send away from a country or state. Banish applies to forced departure from a country by official decree: The spy was found guilty of treason and banished from the country. Exile specifies voluntary or involuntary departure from one's own country because of adverse circumstances: The royal family was exiled after the uprising. Expatriate pertains to departure that is sometimes forced but often voluntary and may imply change of citizenship: She was expatriated because of her political beliefs. Deport denotes the official act of expelling an alien: The foreigner was deported for entering the country illegally. Transport pertains to sending a criminal abroad, usually to a penal colony: Offenders were transported to Devil's Island. Extradite applies to the delivery of an accused or convicted person to the state or country having jurisdiction over him or her: The court will extradite the terrorists.
Another word for banishverb
To force to leave a country or place by official decree:deport, exile, expatriate, expel, ostracize, transport. See accept
To rid one's mind of:cast out, dismiss, dispel, shut out. See keep