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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of ostracise.
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We need to bring about a community culture that ostracises those who commit violence against any human being, especially women and children.
This feeling of sympathy for the fighting Cubans knew no North nor South; and strange as it may seem the Southerner who quails before the mob spirit that disfranchises, ostracises and lynches an American Negro who seeks his liberty at home, became a loud champion of the Insurgent cause in
The church today cannot be distinguished from United Way, except in how it hypocritically ostracises, intimidates, mentally abuses, bullies and descriminates.
On this point rested not only his continued participation in golf's most prestigious tournament, but also his integrity in a sport which ostracises players accused of breaching even the most obscure rules.
“society;” and when the members of it say of an individual, “I never met him in society,” it ostracises him, no matter how estimable or agreeable he may be.
"society;" and when the members of it say of an individual, "I never met him in society," it ostracises him, no matter how estimable or agreeable he may be.