Third-person singular simple present indicative form of expunge.(verb)
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Use "expunges" in a sentence
"According to Ms. Olson, full withdrawal is often better for taxpayers' credit ratings because it expunges the lien from the record immediately, whereas a release leaves it on the record for at least seven years."
"The government has a program that puts nonviolent, first-time offenders on probation and expunges their record if they complete it without incident."
"Given their scale, it could require some years of self-improvement before Sarkozy expunges from the record his previous offences against culture, some of them presumably designed to emphasise that his famous "rupture" from the French past was as much cultural, as in not being cultured like his predecessors, as it was political."