expulse

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verb (used with object), ex·pulsed, ex·puls·ing. Obsolete.

to expel.

Nearby words

  1. expt.,
  2. exptl,
  3. exptl.,
  4. expugn,
  5. expugnable,
  6. expulsion,
  7. expulsive,
  8. expulsive pain,
  9. expunction,
  10. expunge

Origin of expulse

< Latin expulsus; see expulsion

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Examples from the Web for expulsed

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