Definition of 'expulsion'
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Fast wind of video-tape, then the final expulsion of the usurers. PASSION IN THE PEAK (2002)It was like a forbidden thought, punishable by expulsion from the Miller family. JUST BETWEEN US (2002)
But if ever you repeat such behavior, I shall notify the Dean of Women, I shall demand your expulsion from this house. I'LL TAKE YOU THERE (2002)
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British English: expulsion NOUN
Expulsion is when someone is forced to leave a school, university, or organization.
Her hatred of authority led to her expulsion from high school.
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