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used in A Great and Terrible Beauty

4 uses
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the act of forcing out
especially in 2 primary senses:
  • kicking someone out of an organization — such as a school or country
  • squeezing something to eliminate a liquid or gas
  • That stubborn Gypsy would have stayed and your little friend who likes to play with fire would have been very badly burned—expelled, ruined socially, whispered about for the rest of her life.
    Chapter 11 (30% in)
  • "We'd be expelled, that's what."
    Chapter 12 (80% in)
  • "Yes, Mademoiselle," I say, trying to expel as little breath as possible.
    Chapter 14 (48% in)
  • Fine, let them expel me.
    Chapter 33 (51% in)

There are no more uses of "expulsion" in A Great and Terrible Beauty.

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