evict

Part of speech: verb

To dispossess by legal process; oust; expel.

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Usage examples "evict":

  1. It is an old story now; and, as you decline to speak, I will just tell you again, I intend to have my rent on Monday, and if I don't I shall evict you. - "Rossmoyne", Unknown.
  2. I had a painful moment of indecision as Hiram paused in his narrative and leisurely proceeded to evict a fly from the near horse's ear. - "On the Church Steps", Sarah C. Hallowell.