Forcing Out — synonyms, definition
1. forcing out (Noun)
ejection expulsion projection
forcing out (Noun) — The act of expelling, projecting or ejecting.
2 types of
belch belching burp burping coughing up disgorgement emesis eructation expectoration puking regurgitation spit spitting vomit vomiting
2. forcing out (Verb)
canning crowding out deposing dismissing displacing driving out evicting firing giving notice giving the axe giving the sack gouging rousing routing out sacking sending away terminating
forcing out (Verb) — Force to leave (an office).
forcing out (Verb) — Terminate the employment of; discharge from an office or position.
ex. "The boss forced out his secretary today"
forcing out (Verb) — Force or drive out.
forcing out (Verb) — Press, force, or thrust out of a small space.
ex. "The weeds forced out the flowers"
forcing out (Verb) — Expel from one's property or force to move out by a legal process.
ex. "The landlord forced out the tenants after they had not paid the rent for four months"
forcing out (Verb) — Force with the thumb.
forcing out (Verb) — Emit or cause to move with force of effort.
ex. "force out the air" ex. "force out the splinter"
19 types of
booting out breathing chucking out displacing drumming out ejecting emitting excluding expelling kicking out marring moving mutilating ousting passing off removing throwing out turfing out turning out
bringing down cleaning out dismissing dropping furloughing hunting laying off overthrowing overturning pensioning off retiring sending away sending packing smoking out squeezing out subverting
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