- v. Simple past tense and past participle of expunge.
“Some people even wanted to see his name expunged from the place altogether.”
“None has succeeded from having his or her name expunged from Washington's kingpin list.”
“So if the R-word is to be the new N-word, maybe Mr. Emanuel's time could be better spent getting the term expunged from his boss's two autobiographies.”
“Should be summarily executed and expunged from the records.”
“Examples of things that should be expunged is circumcision on women, marriage based on ethnicity/kinship, superstitious beliefs and practices (example ogbanje) etc etc.”
“Were nationalism and patriotism to be expunged from the human heart, I doubt that a single human life would be saved.”
“This is despite information culled from contacts to the effect that the situation on this road in Huntingdonshire (that thousand-year old entity so callously and carelessly expunged from the map by Ted Heath in the 1970s) is dire.”
“The latter is a damnable metaphor that should be expunged from the discourse, the articulation itself the only substance there is.”
“Rudy has been expunged from the chamber because his behavior is scary to chamber members and his rage is uncontrollable ...”
“At the very bottom there should be a When a message is expunged from the last visible IMAP folder:”
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Derivatives from Chapter 4 of Part One of English Words from Latin and Greek Elements
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