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Definition of "expelling" []

  • The action of the verb expel. (noun)

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  • Present participle of expel. (verb)

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Use "expelling" in a sentence
  • "Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega also supported Bolivia and Venezuela in expelling the American ambassadors and announced that Nicaragua, like Venezuela, was prepared to establish closer military links with Russia."
  • "The co-operative effort of the whole population, Portuguese, Indians and negroes in expelling the invader built certain loyalties and traditions whose influences are still felt in the north-east of the country."
  • "They then all asked if the news had yet come when they were to begin expelling the Giaours."