Excommunicate in a sentence as a verb

But he can't say that, because the same process will excommunicate him too, so we get this instead.

I just wish we were less quick to excommunicate people from the politically correct Church of All.

We should also excommunicate any people who do work with evil from our circle as best we can so they can't grow as well in their profession.

Watchtower subpoenaed Reddit for the user's IP address so they could excommunicate the user.

Pet peeve: An expatriate isn't like an ex-skier, it comes from "to expatriate", ie to drive out of one's country, like "excommunicate" or "excise".

That's a very good reason to "excommunicate" some people, or to forbid some topics such as advertising the other project repeatedly.

If that is true, then Loopt is essentially doomed to use for any other purpose unless they excommunicate their current community and start over.

My searches mostly come up with either greeks physically using black ballots to vote to excommunicate people, or putting names in a black book in 1600s, which was usually reserved for enemies and most likely was not racially motivated.

Why do you see sentience as the line not to cross and even go as far as to call it a "dark path"?You use a lot of wording that are very religious sounding such as "soul", "excommunicated", "dark path", but have you considered that you cannot really excommunicate a scientist, that the mere concept of a soul might be wrong?To be clear it makes me feel weird too, but we have to be able to discuss this instead of using inefficient red tape.

Excommunicate definitions


exclude from a church or a religious community; "The gay priest was excommunicated when he married his partner"

See also: unchurch curse


oust or exclude from a group or membership by decree