|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:||eject turn_out expel kick_out exclude boot_out turf_out chuck_out|
"The child was expelled from the classroom"
|Related terms:||move exorcise bounce evict evict show_the_door dislodge ejection|
|3.||[ verb ] throw or cast away|
|Synonyms:||throw_away discard dispose toss_away cast_aside toss put_away cast_out cast_away toss_out chuck_out fling|
"Put away your worries"
|Related terms:||get_rid_of dump abandon sell_out trash retire waste deep-six jettison de-access unlearn close_out disposal discard discard|
|4.||[ verb ] remove from a position or office|
|Synonyms:||oust drum_out kick_out expel boot_out|
"The chairman was ousted after he misappropriated funds"
|Related terms:||remove depose excommunicate ejection|
|5.||[ verb ] bring forward for consideration or acceptance|
"advance an argument"
|6.||[ verb ] cease to consider; put out of judicial consideration|
: "This case is dismissed!"