expelling

[ UK /ɛkspˈɛlɪŋ/ ]
[ US /ɪkˈspɛɫɪŋ/ ]
NOUN
  1. any of several bodily processes by which substances go out of the body
    the discharge of pus
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How To Use expelling In A Sentence

  • Israel intends to isolate Gaza, cantonize the West Bank, seize Palestinian land, expand its illegal settlements, and appropriate "the whole of Jerusalem" as its capital by grabbing all areas Palestinians have and expelling them. Obama v. Richard Falk on Israel and Occupied Palestine
  • Thanks to spoons and a spittoon, Mike is soon tasting away, sloshing the liquid in his mouth, expelling it and talking everything up.
  • Academic institutions are increasingly nervous about ‘exemplary’ punishments - expelling or rusticating discovered cheaters.
  • A type of cleanse you should avoid is a cleanse diet, also known as detoxifying or detox diets, which involve not just cutting back on food but expelling stuff from your system with an aim to rid your body of impurities. Michelle Obama's 'cleanse': Would it work for you?
  • On top of hissing electronic flutters, one reedist begins by expelling delicate breaths until they gather into chalumeau register tones, while the other quacks and flutter tongues.
  • Christ is there, who, as he shows himself jealous for the honour of his temple, in expelling those who profane it, so he shows himself gracious to those who humbly seek him. Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume V (Matthew to John)
  • Indochinese refugees, known throughout the world as the “boat people,” were subject to horrific suffering and dangers when the Vietnamese government began expelling them after the fall of Saigon. The Good Fight
  • We could not breathe, either, for our lungs were much too busy expelling laughter from our bodies.
  • They then all asked if the news had yet come when they were to begin expelling the Giaours. High Albania
  • The anal stage (which Freud says has a lot to do with toilet training) is associated with expelling things, with learning boundaries between inside and outside, and with aggression and anger.
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