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rus·ti·cate

 (rŭs′tĭ-kāt′)
v. rus·ti·cat·ed, rus·ti·cat·ing, rus·ti·cates
v.intr.
To go to or live in the country.
v.tr.
1. To send to the country.
2. Chiefly British To suspend (a student) from a university.
3. To cut or shape (masonry blocks) with deep-set joints and a rough-hewn face.

[Latin rūsticārī, rūsticāt-, from rūsticus, rustic; see rustic.]

rus′ti·ca′tion n.
rus′ti·ca′tor n.
References in classic literature ?
You see he has just rusticated long enough to excite curiosity, and not long enough for men to have forgotten that deuced unpleasant--by-the-bye--you know the rights of the affair, of course?
He had purchased the post of lieutenant of dragoons, and afterwards came to be a captain; but having quarrelled with his colonel, was by his interest obliged to sell; from which time he had entirely rusticated himself, had betaken himself to studying the Scriptures, and was not a little suspected of an inclination to methodism.
James, then a hobbadehoy, was now become a young man, having had the benefits of a university education, and acquired the inestimable polish which is gained by living in a fast set at a small college, and contracting debts, and being rusticated, and being plucked.
Why, only last term, just before I was rusticated, that is, I mean just before I had the measles, ha, ha--there was me and Ringwood of Christchurch, Bob Ringwood, Lord Cinqbars' son, having our beer at the Bell at Blenheim, when the Banbury bargeman offered to fight either of us for a bowl of punch.
The new bridge was built of ashlar with rusticated dressings and ashlar parapets.
EVEN as Prime Minister Narendra Modi keeps on emphasising on building more toilets, a private school in Uttar Pradesh rusticated three sisters for visiting the toilet ' too frequently'.
Acclaimed New York-based firm BKSK Architects will re-envision the facade and oversee the building's renovation with a rusticated brick base and beautifully preserved brickwork, including nods to history by incorporating classic terra cotta reinterpreted in a modern design.
Edwin Lutyens, who once remarked that 'Architecture is building with wit', delighted in 'silly tricks' like the disappearing pilasters--capitals and bases only amid rusticated stonework--that so irritated Nikolaus Pevsner when he first encountered them.
The walls are lined with elegant rusticated Portland Stone to mirror Regent Street's facade.
For nearly 80 years, the heavily rusticated fagade designed to be seen remained all but hidden.
So we demand he should be rusticated from parliament," said Sangwan.
the rusticated shore, you notice this in springtime like a calculation