ejection definition

  • noun:
    • The work of ejecting or perhaps the problem of being ejected.
    • Ejected matter.
    • The act of ejecting.
    • The act of ejecting or casting away; release; expulsion; evacuation.
    • The work or process of discharging something from the human anatomy, especially the excretions.
    • their state of being ejected or cast aside; dispossession; banishment.
    • The act of ejecting, and/or condition to be ejected; expulsion; dismissal; dispossession; rejection.
    • That which is ejected; matter trashed or expelled.
    • In philosophy, the psychological act of creating an eject.
    • the act of expelling or projecting or ejecting
    • the act of forcing on somebody or something
    • The work of ejecting or the problem to be ejected.
    • Ejected matter.
    • The act of ejecting.
    • The work of ejecting or casting away; release; expulsion; evacuation.
    • The act or procedure for discharging anything through the human anatomy, particularly the excretions.
    • The state to be ejected or cast completely; dispossession; banishment.
    • The act of ejecting, or perhaps the condition to be ejected; expulsion; dismissal; dispossession; rejection.
    • That which is ejected; matter dumped or expelled.
    • In viewpoint, the mental work of developing an eject.
    • the act of expelling or projecting or ejecting
    • the act of pushing aside some one or something like that
    • The work of ejecting or the condition to be ejected.
    • Ejected matter.
    • The act of ejecting.
    • The work of ejecting or casting out; release; expulsion; evacuation.
    • The work or process of discharging such a thing from human body, specially the excretions.
    • hawaii of being ejected or cast completely; dispossession; banishment.
    • The act of ejecting, and/or state of being ejected; expulsion; dismissal; dispossession; rejection.
    • That which is ejected; matter thrown out or expelled.
    • In philosophy, the mental act of forming an eject.
    • the work of expelling or projecting or ejecting
    • the act of forcing out someone or something

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