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Synonyms for eject

throw out

bail out

Synonyms for eject

to send forth (confined matter) violently

to catapult oneself from a disabled aircraft


Synonyms for eject

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I just happened to be on the way back from the toilet when I saw him being ejected.
Heineman was ejected after a called strike on a checked-swing and then Horton came out to argue the call and he was ejected.
He stepped back but the next thing he knew several burly stewards came up the stand and ejected him.
The most recent nova occurred in April 2011 and Hubble was used to map out previously ejected material from past novae.
Vireos ejected these painted eggs at about the same frequency as real, unpainted cowbird eggs (Sealy 1996, Underwood and Sealy 2006b).
At press time, the cause of the crash had not been determined, but the pilot, Captain Darren Blakie, successfully ejected before the aircraft hit the ground.
It just forces the stub base to be ejected more aggressively.
In Thursday night's home opener, Denver star Carmelo Anthony again got frustrated and was ejected in the third quarter, and the Clippers parlayed that into a 96-95 victory at Staples Center.
During the next 19 years, a period now known as the Great Eruption, the star ejected two billowing, mushroom-shaped gas clouds, each 100 times as wide as our solar system and containing enough mass to make 10 suns.
The pilots ejected into the sea 10 miles south-east of the Fife base.
The pilot of an AV-8B Harrier II of Marine Attack Squadron 542 ejected following an inflight emergency at MCAS Cherry Point, N.
The cast component is then automatically ejected after solidification.
evangelical Christian street preacher, can't be ejected from city parks because people don't like what he says, a federal judge has ruled.
Further, research shows that the single atoms can be ejected from the trap at rates of up to 10 Hz, while still maintaining at least a 90% chance of ejecting exactly one atom.
His unnamed co-pilot, who also ejected, suffered minor injuries.