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expel (verb), expels; expelled, expelling
1. To force or to drive out: "The military forces were able to expel the invaders."
2. To officially force someone to leave a place or an organization: "The university will be expelling students who refused to attend the their classes and to complete their assignments."
3. To push or to force something out: "The patient expelled air from his lungs."
This entry is located in the following units: ex-, e-, ef- (page 5) pel-, -pell, -pellent, -peal (page 2)