Expulsion in a sentence

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Definition of Expulsion

  • The act of expelling; a driving or forcing out; summary removal from membership, association, etc.
  • The state of being expelled or driven out.
  • the act of expelling or projecting or ejecting
  • the act of forcing out someone or something
  • squeezing out by applying pressure

How to use expulsion in a sentence. Expulsion pronunciation.

You remember the expulsions at Maynooth, and you know what they were for.
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The dogmas and blind imitations which gradually obscured the reality of the religion of God proved to be Israel’s destructive influences causing the expulsion of these chosen people from the Holy Land of their Covenant and promise.
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The following questions on the expulsion of the Saints from Missouri are illustrative review questions: 1.
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To what extent, if any, were the Latter-day Saints themselves responsible for their expulsion from Missouri?
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Horry tells us of a third body of men at the same time in the field, with Doyle and Watson, and all addressing themselves to the same object, his utter expulsion from the country.
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At that moment the expulsion of our Partisan would leave the conquest of the State complete.
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Thus the first of these legends, in order of time, relates that the Stone of Foundation was possessed by Adam while in the garden of Eden; that he used it as an altar, and so reverenced it, that, on his expulsion from Paradise, he carried it with him into the world in which he and his descendants were afterwards to earn their bread by the sweat of their brow.
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Si je ne suis pas payé après-demain matin, je serai forcé d'avoir recours à une expulsion.
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That which the men of God under the Old Testament, from the first-Moses-to the last, announce, is the total expulsion of the people from the country which they defiled by their sins.
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But in the kingdom of Israel, where the prophetic order occupied a position altogether different from that which it held in the kingdom of Judah, inasmuch as, after the expulsion of the tribe of Levi, they had to watch over all the interests of religion, the schools of the prophets had a very important mission assigned to them.
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What the latter are in relation to the former, that, in the view of the prophet, is the carrying away out of the Holy Land,-the expulsion from the face of God (an expulsion similar to that of Cain when he was obliged to flee from Eden), when compared to the mere capture.
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Thus the scene is drawn, the persons introduced, and an action secretly prepared: now the tragedy begins, which ends with the expulsion of man from the garden.
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The first feature of these Messianic descriptions is the expulsion of the Assyrians; but most emphasis is laid on the restoration of the inner bases of the state, the rottenness of which has brought about and rendered inevitable the present crisis.
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Oliver Peabody, on the other hand, was exceedingly indignant, and was for proceeding to extremities immediately, the expulsion of the Brundage bull, and the demanding of damages for allowing his cattle to cross the boundary line of the two farms.
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If they happened to want wind, by the help of those pretty bellows they immediately drew some, fresh and cool, by attraction and reciprocal expulsion; for, as you well know, wind essentially defined is nothing but fluctuating and agitated air.
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The expulsion from the continent of British armies and British power was to them a barren conquest if through the collisions of the redeemed States the individual rights for which they fought should become the prey of petty military tyrannies established at home.
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Complete civil and religious liberty was gained for Jews throughout Western Europe during the next decade,-in the German confederation and in Switzerland, 1866, in Austria and Hungary, 1867, and in the German Empire, 1871, while even in Spain the expulsion order was practically repealed and toleration, if not liberty, was given to Jews there in 1869.
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If we consider the tyrannical measures which have been adopted by the legislatures of the Southern States, the conduct of their Governors, and the decrees of their courts of justice, we shall be convinced that the entire expulsion of the Indians is the final result to which the efforts of their policy are directed.
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He knew he would not apologize, and he wanted the sentence of expulsion to come quickly if it must come.
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The Duke de la Force would command the army of the Pyrenees and act in concert with the Moors of Spain, who roused to frenzy by their expulsion from the kingdom could be relied on for a revolt or at least a most vigorous diversion.
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Examples of Expulsion

Example #1
Well, that sin is a bad one, but I don't think it affects a man's faith any more than drink does.
Example #2
And as for faith, drink never does any harm to one's faith whatsoever; there's only one thing that takes a man's faith from him, and that is woman.
Example #3
From this review of the history of the Jewish people we learn that the foundation of the religion of God laid by His Holiness Moses was the cause of their eternal honor and national prestige, the animating impulse of their advancement and racial supremacy and the source of that excellence which will always command the respect and reverence of those who understand their peculiar destiny and outcome.
Example #4
What then is the mission of the divine prophets?
Example #5
To what extent, if any, were the Latter-day Saints themselves responsible for their expulsion from Missouri?
Example #6
Of course, there is a place at times for this hurried type of question, but it serves the purpose only of "connecting up" and should not be mistaken for the evaluating question of review.