Ejectment

Part of speech: noun

A casting out; eviction.

Part of speech: noun

Ejector.

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Usage examples "ejectment":

  1. Weekly settlements with both parties, or immediate summary ejectment, if deemed necessary. - "The Anti-Slavery Examiner, Omnibus", American Anti-Slavery Society.
  2. Frank, who was far too much engrossed in his own difficulties to think of what he was saying, artlessly repeated the words, and opened his large eyes in amazement, when he was greeted by a shout of laughter from Cyril, and a little shriek of indignation from Miss Sprong, which combined sounds started Lady Vinsear from the doze into which she had fallen, and ended in the summary ejectment of the young offenders. - "Julian Home", Dean Frederic W. Farrar.
  3. It would have been poor fighting had Jimmy to carry the affair to a finish by himself, but considered as an expedient to gain time for the ejectment proceedings, it was admirable. - "The Blazed Trail", Stewart Edward White.