[ US /ɪˈdʒɛkʃən/ ]
[ UK /ɪd‍ʒˈɛkʃən/ ]
  1. the act of forcing out someone or something
    the child's expulsion from school
    the ejection of troublemakers by the police
  2. the act of expelling or projecting or ejecting
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How To Use ejection In A Sentence

  • The demographic argument is a favorite of clever rejectionists.
  • Most of studies overlooked sleeve type ejection gun and the effect of pressure area changes, simultaneously the models of ejection gun were lack of extensity.
  • In view of such a unilateral rejection, it is amazing that anyone should continue to cling to the false notion of universal acceptance.
  • Should I swallow my pride and ask him out, at the risk of rejection, heartbreak, or alienation?
  • The writer of the poems marks parental rejection with astounding empathy.
  • At worst that could mean ejection from the postgraduate social work course he'd sweated blood to get on to. FORESTS OF THE NIGHT
  • We fully support residents action against the plans, which we understand are recommended for rejection by the CMBC Officers.
  • In our Columbia County Study, we relied on parent and child reports of parental punishment, rejection, nurturance, and monitoring.
  • Today I will be auditioning for the role of Anita, and I will preform a selection from The Rejectionist titled "This Month In Queries" Then the director will say, "I've never read that play" and I'll be like, "Well, you should. Last Month in Queries
  • There is also fresh evidence of the widespread rejection of GM foods by consumers.
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