• Definition for "evict"
    • To put completely (a tenant, for example) by…
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  • Sentence for "evict"
    • They will have to forceably evict
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    • To rape some body, usually anally.
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evict definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To put completely (a tenant, for example) by legal procedure; expel.
    • To force out; eject. See Synonyms at eject.
    • Law to recuperate (home, like) by an excellent claim or appropriate procedure.
    • To dispossess by a judicial process; to dispossess by paramount correct or claim of these right; to eject; to oust.
    • To evince; to show.
    • to place down (a tenant, for instance) by legal procedure; expel.
    • To force away; eject. See Synonyms at eject.
    • Law to recuperate (property, as an example) by a superior claim or legal procedure.
    • To dispossess by a judicial procedure; to dispossess by vital right or claim of these right; to eject; to oust.
    • To evince; to prove.
  • verb:
    • To expel (more than one men and women) from their property; to force (one or more men and women) to go away.
    • expel from's property or force to go out-by a legal procedure
    • expel or eject without recourse to legal process
    • To expel (one or more people) from their home; to force (more than one people) to move out.
    • expel in one's home or power to maneuver out by a legal process
    • expel or eject without recourse to legal procedure
  • others:
    • To dispossess by a judicial process or span of appropriate proceedings; expel from places or tenements by appropriate procedure.
    • To wrest or alienate by explanation regarding the dangerous assertion of an irresistible subject, though without judicial procedure. See eviction, 2.
    • therefore To expel by power; turn out or pull in any compulsory means: since, to evict disturbers from a theater.
    • To evince; show.
    • setting apart; displace; annul.
    • To force out; compel.
    • To dispossess by a judicial process or length of appropriate procedures; expel from places or tenements by appropriate process.
    • To wrest or alienate by explanation of this hostile assertion of an irresistible title, though without judicial procedure. See eviction, 2.
    • Hence To expel by force; come out or pull in every compulsory means: since, to evict disturbers from a theater.
    • To evince; show.
    • setting aside; displace; annul.
    • To force out; compel.
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