Noun(1) the state of being banished or ostracized (excluded from society by general consent(2) the act of excluding someone from society by general consent
(1) For almost a hundred years ostracism fulfilled its function of aborting serious civil unrest or even civil war.(2) The threat of ostracism makes silence a powerful weapon in the war over moral values.(3) Punishment for breaching that limit can range from ostracism to court martial.(4) Young people with guns do not arouse the suspicions of the state police or incur social ostracism .(5) Those who resist face ostracism - or far worse.(6) the ostracism of Thucydides(7) Typically, schools rely on some form of exclusion or ostracism to control the behavior of students.(8) Kids act out in response to ridicule or ostracism .(9) the family suffered social ostracism(10) the family suffered social ostracism(11) In Egypt, being black is a disadvantage which can lead to ostracism in many spheres of society.(12) She adds, "Many students do not speak out for fear of ostracism or retribution."(13) Ostracism is an age-old social tactic which is employed for all kinds of reasons.
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