Expel in a sentence

Definition of Expel

To eject or erupt. | (obsolete) To fire (a bullet, arrow etc.). | (transitive) To remove from membership.

How to use Expel in a Sentence?

  • Instinctively also he sought by violent labor to expel the fever from his mind.
  • If one of their number is wounded or disabled, they ruthlessly expel it from the hive.
  • It was feared that the two thirds vote requisite to expel a member could not be obtained.
  • If we should attempt to expel them there will be opposition, tumult, possibly bloodshed.
  • A colony which neglects to expel its drones at the usual season, ought always to be examined.
  • After this, though no attempt was made to expel them from the country, they gave little trouble.
  • The plan which I took to expel the wolves was a very dangerous one, but it proved effectual.
  • If we can defeat the French and force them to make other terms, then we will expel him from Syria.
  • Remarks on some means employed to destroy Taenia, and expel them from the Human Body.
  • Labor pains are caused by the contraction of the muscles of the womb in an effort to expel the foetus.
  • The thicker and more powerful walls of the left ventricle adapt it to expel the blood to a greater distance.
  • For example, it is not possible to expel hydrochloric acid gas completely from its solution by boiling.
  • A vessel that had been much infested by them, was when in port fumigated with brimstone, to expel them.
  • He could expel from the choir, and punish the contumacious, but they contended that he had no power to touch the revenues.
  • They murder or expel the drones, after they have done their work of fertilizing the queen, in the most cruel and summary manner.
  • In vain did the inhabitants of the conquered city, roused to madness by the cruelty and extortion of the victors, expel them from their midst.
  • The contractions of this organ occasion the 'pains' and expel the child, assisted by the muscles of the abdomen and the diaphragm.
  • For what greater tempest is there than that which proceedeth from appearances, that mightily overcome and expel the Reason?
  • At first they were in a more or less constant state of war with the native Irish, who attempted to expel them.
  • There were also special clauses dealing with ecclesiastics, who were ordered to expel any Irish amongst them.
  • Lucien was forced upon her circle, and was received as a poisonous element, which every person in it vowed to expel with the antidote of insolence.
  • Then 'twas thy cue to expel and banish me, Nor was this name of kindred then so dear.
  • They might expel him and welcome, he did not care, he was past caring; but submit to the indignity of a flogging at his age he would not.
  • They tyrants banish'd from this injured shore, And home-bred traitors may expel once more.
  • On such occasions, the usual mode, adopted by the assailants, was to expel the defenders, by setting fire to wet straw in the lower apartments.
  • The Christians have made him the murderer of himself, and the founder of a new religion, to supersede and expel the Jewish religion.
  • That you left Portuguese territory because the German consul there had to request the Portuguese government to expel you.
  • It should enable the Apiarian, if the bee-moth ever gains the upper hand of the bees, to remove the combs, and expel the worms.
  • Answer this for yourselves, and expel from amongst you those who pretend to despise the labours of art and science, which alone are the labours of the gospel.
  • The opinion that a nation which is increasing in population has a right to expel the inhabitants of another country to make room for its own emigrants is surely untenable.

Short Example Sentence for Expel

  • Therefore in this condition it can expel fatigue.
  • I counsel you to expel him and his mother from the land.
  • How strange, that vanity should expel gratitude!
  • Not only that, but the desire to expel it soon passes.
  • To expel the inward Poyson, give the said Herb in Milk.
  • This blessed water would expel the cold death, and drown my desolation!
  • The 'beyond' is always coming back upon us however often we expel it.
  • If the gates of Florence were open to them, they would expel the Medici.
  • At Gratz the Catholics threatened to expel the Protestants from the city.

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