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expulse

[ ik-spuhls ]
/ ɪkˈspʌls /
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verb (used with object), ex·pulsed, ex·puls·ing.Obsolete.

to expel.

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Origin of expulse

<Latin expulsus;see expulsion
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Example sentences from the Web for expulse

  • But when men have at hand a remedy, more agreeable to their corrupt will, marriage is almost expulsed.

  • Many avaricious men had already on various pretexts "expulsed" the priests or incumbents and taken the emoluments for themselves.

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