outlawed


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I say, as every friend of his must say, How is it that he has not been outlawed long since, and that he ever came back (as he did to the surprise of everybody) last year from Boulogne?
The mystery of the Colonel's life got in the Colonel's way, and outlawed him, as you may say, among his own people.
The feeling of a few short weeks had hurried her into the sins her nature had most recoiled from,--breach of faith and cruel selfishness; she had rent the ties that had given meaning to duty, and had made herself an outlawed soul, with no guide but the wayward choice of her own passion.
In early November, Belgium's supreme court outlawed Vlaams Blok (VB), the nation's largest political party.
As a consequence they and anyone who joins them are outlawed and hunted by the sheriff.