Police came to evict Mark Kulis—and found a home wired to explode.
This category included Smith, who hoped to hold on to his room until December before the marshal arrived to evict him.
Bloomberg is afraid to evict you from the park because he is afraid his cops will hurt you if you resist.
A California family is struggling to evict their now-fired live-in nanny—and tenancy laws are on her side.
In June, Pakistan launched an all-out military offensive in the region, ostensibly to evict all the militants from the area.
Malone declined to make any change, and as a last resort it was decided to evict him.
Indians, like the Irish, will not pay rent, so we were compelled to evict them.
But, however tumble-down and squalid his dwelling may be, there is always a landlord who can evict him.
The landlord was going to evict the Coquets on the fifth floor.
The consequence is that when Miss Gardiner again attempts to evict him she must incur the considerable cost of a new writ.
mid-15c., "recover (property) by judicial means," from Latin evictus, past participle of evincere "recover property, overcome and expel, conquer," from ex- "out" (see ex-) + vincere "conquer" (see victor). Sense of "expel by legal process" first recorded in English 1530s. Related: Evicted; evicting.