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Noun
The action of the verb expel
Noun
The action of deposing someone, especially a monarch
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The act of excreting
Verb
Present participle for to expel or send away, especially permanently
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“When a foreigner commits a crime, the General Government may thereupon at once either expel him from the country or subject him to trial.”
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Present participle for to remove from employment or office
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“The party itself was forced to expel three members and sanction one other.”
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Present participle for to prohibit or interdict the participation or inclusion of
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“If that happens on the Senate floor, they could then move with a simple majority vote to expel him from ever holding federal office again.”
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Present participle for to disgorge or eject out with force
“Acute diarrhea is an important defense mechanism that enables your body to expel foreign bacteria and parasites quickly.”
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Present participle for to emit or emanate, such as gas or light
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“There are unconfirmed tales of people who could expel fumes from their ears.”
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Present participle for to expel air from the lungs
“Bo's reaction to this was to expel a large breath in relief.”
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Present participle for to remove or get rid of
“The filtered solution was heated in order to expel any trace of nitrous acid.”
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Present participle for to gush out in a sudden and forceful stream
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Present participle for to discharge waste from the body
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Present participle for to drain out or empty something (from a container)
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Present participle for to remove people from a place
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Present participle for to cause to be empty or vacant
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Present participle for to brush off or away, typically dirt or litter
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Present participle for to derive or extract something from someone, especially underhandedly
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Present participle for to allow or enable to escape from confinement
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Present participle for to drive or push into a specified position or state using physical strength or against resistance
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Present participle for to harass or annoy (someone) persistently
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