Banisher - definition of banisher by The Free Dictionary
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1. To force to leave a country or place by official decree; exile: The spy was found guilty of treason and banished from the country.
2. To drive away; expel: We banished all our doubts and fears.
someone who or something which banishes
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So quickly bring lots of things to drink and all kinds of garlands." tatah surpanakha nama raksasi vakyam abravit / ajamukhya yad uktam hi tad eva mama rocate // 5.22.40 Then a raksasa woman named Surpanakha said, "I agree with what Ajamukhi just said." sura caniyatam ksipram sarvasokavinasini / manusam mamsam asadya nrtyamo 'tha nikumbhilam // 5.22.41 "So quickly bring wine, the banisher
of every sorrow!
"Buffalo Bill Applauds the Banisher
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