expel[ ik-spel ]SEE DEFINITION OF expel
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXPEL
It was imagined that it was necessary to expel it by means of heat or steam.
They agreed to expel the followers of Umra Khan from the valley.
Plato does not seriously intend to expel poets from life and society.
The 'beyond' is always coming back upon us however often we expel it.
He also sent orders to Kaumualii to expel Dr. Scheffer, which was done.
Expel the breath suddenly, dropping back to the original position.
Don't listen to him, but expel him like the scoundrel he is.
Almost without exception they had united, in 1523, to expel the French from Italy.
Determined movements to expel the Grdznth faltered, trembled with indecision.
And yet he could not rise in indignation and expel the visitor from his house.