The act of expelling or the state of being expelled.(noun)
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Use "expulsion" in a sentence
"This would have resulted in expulsion from the vast majority nowadays especially since it is a real weapon, but the small town, southern school I attend couldn't care less."
"Campbell was the guy who criticised John Swinney's leadership for a prolonged period, ultimately resulting in expulsion from the party."
"Take the anatomical changes in Hector here, produced by infusion of the lymph compound; in the main they may be characterized as the expulsion from the bones of mineral deposits and an infiltration of the muscular tissues."