- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of expel.
“On the one hand, they will bitch and moan about how the scientific establishment is intolerant and dogmatic, refuses to ever admit when it is wrong and "expels" anyone who does not toe the party line.”
“Mayawati 'expels' criminals who were not in BSP photo: PIB of India/Photo Division, Ministry of I &”
“Mayawati 'expels' criminals who were not in BSP photo: PIB of India/Photo Division Ministry of I & B”
“expels" thousands of its young people, who head north to the U.S. in search of economic opportunities.”
“I am here with Robin, comforted by his nearness and content to remain where I am until the break of day expels me.”
“On Earth, we have one essential model of life: Every living thing takes in energy and expels waste, maintains a thermodynamic balance, and, most remarkably, uses the same twenty amino acids to form the proteins that do all the heavy lifting within cells.”
“If a Senator is imprisoned or otherwise incapacitated, the seat is not vacant, so a replacement cannot be appointed unless the Senate expels the current occupant first.”
“Indeed, Socrates expels the great poets, but he does so for the purpose of replacing them with poets who are properly educated and disciplined.”
“In "The Republic," Plato's Socrates famously expels the great poets from the just city he imagines because they corrupt the young by portraying the gods as weak and immoral.”
“All of this is painfully apparent in the world today: France expels the Roma in violation of the Declaration of Human Rights and the Charter of the European Union.”
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