Definitions for: Expulsion

[n] the act of expelling or projecting or ejecting
[n] the act of expelling someone
[n] squeezing out by applying pressure

Webster (1913) Definition: Ex*pul"sion, n. [L. expulsio, fr. expellere: cf. F.
expulsion. See Expel.]
1. The act of expelling; a driving or forcing out; summary
removal from membership, association, etc.

The expulsion of the Tarquins. --Shak.

2. The state of being expelled or driven out.

`["e]x*pul"sion (r?`?ks*p?l"sh?n), n.
Renewed or repeated expulsion. --Fuller.

Synonyms: ejection, exclusion, extrusion, forcing out, projection, riddance

See Also: actuation, banishment, barring, belch, belching, blackball, burp, burping, coughing up, defenestration, deportation, disgorgement, emesis, eructation, expectoration, ostracism, ouster, ousting, propulsion, proscription, puking, regurgitation, spit, spitting, squeeze, squeezing, vomit, vomiting

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