Examples of evict in a Sentence
His landlord has threatened to evict him if he doesn't pay the rent soon.
They were evicted from their apartment.
Recent Examples of evict from the Web
Axios is well-sourced among the (freshly evicted) Bannonites.
In Lebanon this year, Syrian refugees have been evicted from makeshift displacement camps.
Deputies knocked on the man’s door, identified themselves and announced their intention to evict him, Holden said.
Carlos had been evicted once before, from an apartment on the other side of the city.
An Israeli cousin and his army friend come to work for David in New York, moving boxes but also evicting African Americans who've defaulted on their mortgage payments.
Attempts to evict Qatar from the GCC, the regional body created in 1981 to coordinate political and economic policy, would require the unanimous backing of all its five other members.
In other words, if SB 5 is passed, you could be evicted in the state of Missouri for having an abortion, using birth control, or becoming pregnant while unmarried.
Several consumers who participated in the rent-to-own program were evicted for delinquent payment in small claims court, according to court documents.
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Synonym Discussion of evict
- ejected an obnoxious patron from the bar
- a student expelled from college
- police ousted the squatters
- evicted for nonpayment of rent
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Definition of evict for English Language Learners
: to force (someone) to leave a place
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