Origin of ejection
Related Words for ejectionelimination, removal, ouster, eviction, banishment, exile, discharge, dismissal, disbarment
Examples from the Web for ejection
Contemporary Examples of ejection
But once larger crews flew, ejection was no longer possible.Can Anyone Make Space Safe for Civilians?
November 4, 2014
After his ejection for unnecessary roughness, Suh also suffered a devastating blow to his reputation.Metta World Peace, David Beckham, and More Flagrant Fouls in Sports
April 24, 2012
Historical Examples of ejection
Tendons had been pulled, muscles strained from the force of the ejection.
Brandon had a strange, detached feeling as he pushed the ejection button.
But, even in this poor gossip, we find nothing about ejection.
The ejection of -na in the genitive plural; as of tunges for tungena.A Handbook of the English Language
Robert Gordon Latham
It was in the year 1665, four years after the Ejection, that I was born.For Faith and Freedom
Word Origin and History for ejection
1560s, from Middle French ejection and directly from Latin ejectionem, noun of action from past participle stem of ejicere (see eject). The jet pilot's ejection seat (also ejector seat) is from 1945.
- The act of driving or casting out by physical force from within.