Synonym: banish, discharge, dismiss, dispose of, eject, eliminate, get rid of, oust, outlaw, remove. Similar words: expert, expect, expense, expected, expertise, experience, experiment, expedition. Meaning: [ɪk'spel] v. 1. force to leave or move out 2. put out or expel from a place 3. remove from a position or office 4. cause to flee 5. eliminate (substances) from the body.
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1. The heart muscles contract to expel the blood.
2. They threatened to expel him from his adoptive country.
3. When you breathe out, you expel air from your lungs.
4. Even Massachusetts felt compelled to expel many free blacks.
5. The government is trying to expel all foreign journalists.
6. He set about trying to expel me.
7. As well as streamlining procedures to expel illegal immigrants, the new law curbs their rights to demonstrate and strike.
8. Their power to admit and expel members has the important consequence of granting and revoking authority to carry on investment business.
9. They threatened to expel him if he didn't follow the party line.
10. It has the power to suspend or expel them from college.
11. I watched her expel each word from her mouth(sentencedict.com), the syllables hanging like cartwheels of breath crowding the dry hospital air.
12. The House may expel members whom it considers unfit to serve.
13. The committee made a unanimous decision to expel the three students.
14. Suburban communities swiftly expel sleazy politicians and weed out corrupt practices.
15. Is that antidote strong enough to expel the poison?
16. US vetos UN resolution not to expel Arafat.
17. We managed to expel the enemy from the trench.
18. Syria must close terrorist camps and expel terrorist organizations.
19. The headmaster may expel the boy from the school.
20. They both take in and expel matter.
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21. We have no alternative but to expel you from the factory.
22. They were told at first that they should simply expel the refugees.
23. The headmaster decided to make an example of the pupil and expel him from the school.
24. The Mouth of Hell gaped with cowhide jowls and bellows in the throat to expel the yellow smoke.
25. Once he ambled into a nostril of sand, that sneezed and sneezed to expel him.
26. Vista Unified School District trustees became so concerned that they now expel students caught committing hate crimes.
27. When we breathe we take oxygen into the body and expel the waste gas, carbon dioxide, or CO2.
28. It will also be more difficult to bring in relatives and easier to expel immigrants.
29. For many years they treated Oedipus with kindness, but at last they decided to expel him from the city.
30. This habit is very different from the territoriality of many animals, who are content to expel intruders.
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