ostracize


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In Salt Lake City, Tutu commended the Olympic movement for helping to ostracize pre-ANC South Africa.
Did his mental illness originally ostracize him from joining his dead brother bishops in this Medici-like mausoleum?
Martha's classmates ostracize her because her family belongs to a strict religious sect, until newcomer Scott accepts her for herself and then finds himself ostracized as well.