expulsion[ ik-spuhl-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF expulsion
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXPULSION
The mere fact of her expulsion is stated without any comment.
He imposes it upon the eastern bishops on pain of expulsion.
It is necessary to point out that they do not depend on ovulation (expulsion of the egg).
When he was recalled, it was to hear sentence of expulsion passed on him.
Death or expulsion was the Athenian penalty for impiety (Telfy).
One of these was for the admission of fresh air, and the other for the expulsion of that which was exhaled.
It was handed over to the cathedral chapter on the expulsion of the Jesuits in 1772.
Proper means should be taken to hasten the expulsion of the placenta.
Your Excellency will, then, order his expulsion from the company?
None are said to have voiced an objection until the expulsion had been made complete.