|1.||[ verb ] force to leave or move out|
"He was expelled from his native country"
|Related terms:||move banish extradite suspend banish expatriate banish ejection|
|2.||[ verb ] put out or expel from a place|
|Synonyms:||throw_out eject turn_out kick_out turf_out boot_out exclude chuck_out|
"The child was expelled from the classroom"
|Related terms:||move exorcise bounce evict evict show_the_door dislodge ejection|
|3.||[ verb ] remove from a position or office|
|Synonyms:||oust throw_out drum_out kick_out boot_out|
"The chairman was ousted after he misappropriated funds"
|Related terms:||remove depose excommunicate ejection|
|4.||[ verb ] cause to flee|
"rout out the fighters from their caves"
|5.||[ verb ] eliminate, as of bodily substances|
|Synonyms:||release eject discharge|
|Related terms:||shed_blood blow emit excrete spew ovulate abort expectorate fester evacuate ejaculate release expulsion discharge|