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  1. evict

    Banish, primarily to put under ban, to compel by authority to leave a place or country, perhaps with restriction to some other place or country. From a country, a person may be banished, exiled, or expatriated; banished from any country where he may happen to be, but expatriated or exiled only from his own. One may expatriate or exile himself; he is banished by others. Banish is a word of wide import; one may banish disturbing thoughts; care may banish sleep. To expel is to drive out with violence or rudeness, and so often with disgrace.

    ban, banish, discharge, dislodge, dismiss, drive out, eject, exile, expatriate, expel, ostracize, oust

    Cataline was banished from Rome; John the Apostle was banished to Patmos.

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  1. evict

    dispossess, eject

    reinstate, admit, settle, locate, lodge

Princeton's WordNet3.0 / 1 vote

  1. evictverb

    expel or eject without recourse to legal process

    "The landlord wanted to evict the tenants so he banged on the pipes every morning at 3 a.m."

    force out

  2. evict, force outverb

    expel from one's property or force to move out by a legal process

    "The landlord evicted the tenants after they had not paid the rent for four months"

    crowd out, send away, gouge, squeeze out, rouse, give notice, drive out, give the sack, squirt, force out, dismiss, displace, can, depose, eject, sack, terminate, rout out, give the axe, fire

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  1. evictverb

    (Law.) dispossess

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  1. List of paraphrases for "evict":

    expel, deport, dislodge, eject

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  1. Brandon Gillespie -RRB- Brown:

    If you don't pay your rent, you get evicted. That's just kind of the way it goes. I would not hold that against Warnock for evicting people that's not paying their bills. If I don't pay my bills, they're going to come evict me, i'm not a fan of Warnock, but what he gets from the church is between him and the church… Whether you get $7,000 or $700 a month, they've still got to pay their bills. That doesn't mean because he makes a decent salary from the church that he should automatically pay for all the people that aren't paying their rent.

  2. Donald Trump:

    We will beat the Democrats, we will rout the fake news media, we will expose and appropriately deal with the RINOs( Republicans in Name Only). We will evict Joe Biden from the White House and we will liberate America from these villains and scoundrels once and for all.

  3. John Hannah:

    While elements of the Iraqi Army have gradually been able to evict ISIS from Iraq's smaller towns and cities, the challenge of liberating Mosul was of a whole different order of magnitude, it’s a vast metropolis that had millions of inhabitants, enormous sectarian and ethnic complexity, and was the historical bastion of Sunni [ Muslim ] revanchism in Iraq. The fight was always going to be toughest in Mosul, which is why it was left for last.

  4. Ayoub Kara:

    It is forbidden to evict Jews from their homes and there will be consequences, we demand the prime minister's involvement in the matter.

  5. John Pollock:

    If they are paying attention at all they know most of that [ rent relief ] hasn't gotten to anyone yet, many judges will push back and give tenants a chance. Take a moment to at least ask them,' Have you applied ?' And judges may be telling landlords,' Before you file to evict, you need to apply for rent relief first.'.

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