eject

Part of speech: verb

To throw out by sudden force; expel; dispossess.

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Usage examples "eject":

  1. When the body is accidentally swallowed impaction is more liable to take place, probably on account of the spasm induced by fright and by inco- ordinated attempts to eject it. - "Manual of Surgery Volume Second: Extremities--Head--Neck. Sixth Edition.", Alexander Miles Alexis Thomson.
  2. I presume my housekeeper did not eject you without some reason? - "The Mistress of Bonaventure", Harold Bindloss.
  3. We write much of the universality of the fascia to impress the reader with the idea that this connecting substance must be free at all parts to receive and discharge all fluids, if healthy to appropriate and use in sustaining animal life, and eject all impurities that health may not be impaired by the dead and poisoning fluids. - "Philosophy of Osteopathy", Andrew T. Still.