evict[ ih-vikt ]SEE DEFINITION OF evict
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EVICT
The landlord was going to evict the Coquets on the fifth floor.
Indians, like the Irish, will not pay rent, so we were compelled to evict them.
In any event, after filing his application, he would then be in a position to evict his enemies.
However, after the battle the badgers ceased to try and evict him.
These were the people who wanted to evict her from her house.
He must evict Zora's tenants as soon as the crops were planted and harvested.
It was impossible, of course, to evict half of the preachers in the country.
You're going to evict us from our little farm that we have had in our family for years and years without number.
To evict these hardy sprites a cross was erected, hence “Croixdale”; but with what result is not stated.
But, however tumble-down and squalid his dwelling may be, there is always a landlord who can evict him.