Examples of expulsion in a Sentence
The government engaged in mass expulsions.
the expulsion of air from the lungs
Recent Examples of expulsion from the Web
More than a year after his expulsion as the CEO of Telltale Games, co-founder and former CEO Kevin Bruner is suing the game development company, according to the Marin Independent Journal.
This is what’s known as IUD expulsion, which is essentially when your uterus pushes out the IUD.
Some of the numbers that are starkest show that students of color are overrepresented in suspensions, expulsions, and disciplinary actions.
Earlier this week the Supreme Court voted to strike down the key provision of a statute that allows the expulsion of certain noncitizens.
In addition to the cathartic unifying act of the expulsion, there’s the communal wiping clean of sin, a sort of group Catholic confession.
Washington’s usually staid diplomatic corps was already on edge following the shock expulsion of Rex Tillerson, soon to hand the State Department over to somewhat trigger-happy C.I.A. Director Mike Pompeo.
The efficient expulsion of Jews to their deaths during WWII would have been, logistically, much more difficult prior to the 19th century.
In the letter, dated April 9, 2003, Allan Moseley told the woman that she would be put on probation after the incident, with suspension or expulsion as possible next steps if there were subsequent behavior the school deemed inappropriate.
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EXPULSION Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of expulsion for English Language Learners
: the act of forcing someone to leave a place (such as a country or a school) : the act of expelling someone
: the act of forcing something out : the act of expelling something
EXPULSION Defined for Kids
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