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Sentence count:7Posted:2017-02-24Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: ostracismostracizeracistracismprostrateabstractdistractdistractedlyMeaning: ['ɑstrəsaɪz /'ɒs-]  v. 1. expel from a community or group 2. avoid speaking to or dealing with. 
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1. The princess was ostracised for marrying a rich bourgeois.
2. Local people found the epitaph unseemly and ostracised the Parsons.
3. The civil law doesn't ostracise civil compulsory measures with punitiveness, and punitive penalty also haven't broken the principle of fairness and justice in civil law.
4. Women who speak publicly about their situation often find themselves ostracised by friends and neighbours.
5. A woman with no children may well be regarded as a witch who must be ostracised and barred from celebrations.
6. The European Union, the United States and much of the rich world will ostracise him.
7. After Russian troops pushed into Georgia in August, America wanted to ostracise the Kremlin while Germany appeared eager to return to business as usual.
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