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Expulsion in a sentence

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Sentence count:78+5 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-01-03Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: dischargeejectioneliminationremovalSimilar words: convulsionsimpulsiveexpansionexplosionexpressionexpungepulseimpulseMeaning: [ɪk'spʌlʃn]  n. 1. the act of forcing out someone or something 2. squeezing out by applying pressure 3. the act of expelling or projecting or ejecting. 
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(1) Expulsion from school is a harsh form of punishment.
(2) They threatened him with expulsion from school.
(3) These events led to the expulsion of senior diplomats from the country.
(4) The expulsion of dust from the volcano was visible from miles away.
(5) Troops are engaged in the expulsion of enemy forces from the area.
(6) Failure to observe club rules may result in expulsion.
(7) The headmaster threatened the boys with expulsion.
(8) The club faces expulsion from the football league.
(9) The headteacher threatened the three girls with expulsion.
(10) His bad behaviour resulted in his expulsion from school.
(11) This is the second expulsion of a club member this year.
(12) Her hatred of authority led to her expulsion from high school.
(13) The expulsion of hundreds of thousands of people represents a humanitarian catastrophe of enormous proportions.
(14) Violate the rules,[] and the price is expulsion.
(15) Expulsion is most likely to happen soon after insertion.
(16) Mugezi eventually engineers his own expulsion from the family home and into another dictatorial regime, that of a Catholic seminary.
(17) Rapid movement in cephalopods is achieved by expulsion of water from a muscular funnel beneath the head.
(18) Expulsion from Congress is reserved for the most serious misconduct and is considered unlikely in this case.
(19) All the students responsible for the prank face expulsion from school.
(20) His expulsion is probably more justified in terms of his considerable long-term potential as a spy than in terms of his current status and responsibilities.
(21) Expulsion is an extreme sanction which will rarely leave the continuing[], innocent partners entirely unscathed.
(22) The conquerors depopulated the enemy's country by destruction and expulsion.
(23) His disruptive behaviour was felt to be sufficient grounds for his expulsion.
(24) One unexcused absence can lead to a ninety-day suspension of benefits; four unexcused absences can cause expulsion from welfare entirely.
(25) How could he be intimidated by the threat of expulsion from this godforsaken country?
(26) Options range from no action to a fine, reprimand, censure or expulsion from the House.
(27) On these pretexts they were subjected to recurring cycles of violence, mass expulsion, and mass murder.
(28) Deportation orders do not have to state the reasons for expulsion.
(29) The extra rainfall pushes the Earth beyond saturation point, the water is expelled and an earthquake occurs along with the expulsion.
(30) The defeat is the second inflicted on the Government since the expulsion of hereditary peers.
More similar words: convulsionsimpulsiveexpansionexplosionexpressionexpungepulseimpulsepopulationexpeditionpensionsessionpassionversionmissionmansiontensionerosionallusionexplorationexplanationexpectationdivisioninvasionillusionabrasionpervasionaversioninfusionrevision
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