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Definition of "evicting" []

  • Present participle of evict. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "evicting" in a sentence
  • "In this case, “reasonable measures” fall well short of evicting from the whole of student housing."
  • "Speaking on North West Tonight David Cameron made it clear he supported the idea of evicting looters from council housing and said he wanted more 'speedy justice'."
  • "The opening scene, an improvised, documentary take of Wikus, accompanied by a merc army of execute-at-will sadists, "evicting" prawns from their hovels in preparation for their "evacuation" to a more secure facility is a chilling sequence, where Copley obscenely mugs for the camera as he pumps himself up and jokes about the squalid conditions that surround him, pretending to be an important and tough man."