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ejectment

[ ih-jekt-muh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF ejectment

Synonyms for ejectment

  • dismissal
  • dispossession
  • eviction
  • expulsion
  • ouster
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EJECTMENT

The first action for ejectment on title has been brought, and we are the victors.

He has sent off instructions already to serve the notice for ejectment.

I know what you mean; he will proceed by ejectment to try title.

They are serving the writs in ejectment and putting the dummy buyers in possession.

She had suffered so at the time of the ejectment of the Indians, that it had made her ill.

His land in the highway may be recovered in ejectment just the same as any of his other land.

Then I suppose you came her to serve the notice of ejectment on me.

They were absorbed with this matter of the ejectment, and so did not observe her.

This then was the end of the carnival; the due return upon the writ of ejectment.

His ejectment was no trifling matter as it carried him quite to the edge of the sidewalk.