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expel
'expel' - used as a verb
1. force to leave or move out
He was expelled from his native country
2. put out or expel from a place
The child was expelled from the classroom
3. remove from a position or office
4. cause to flee
5. eliminate (substances) from the body

derived forms
1. Expel / Past
expelled
2. Expel / Third Person
expels
3. Expel / Present Participle
expelling
Variations of 'expel'
 
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