eviction

[ ih-vikt ]SEE DEFINITION OF eviction

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"It's not exactly a funeral, but an eviction," remarked Owen again.

It was he who decided who got eviction notices and who could become tenants.

Such an eviction from house and home might bring death yet nearer.

The family at Shoulthwaite Moss had been threatened with eviction.

At the eviction a man had funked, frightened out of his seven senses.

First suffering, then mortgage, then foreclosure and eviction, he prophesied.

He prevents his victims from signing this petition by threats of eviction.

He ran behind two quarters on his rent, and was threatened with eviction.

In the case of the peasants, eviction is not only expensive but useless.

And thats what you could hardly expect, unless it might be for an eviction on one of the islands.

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