evict

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Synonyms for evict

expel

Synonyms for evict

Synonyms for evict

expel or eject without recourse to legal process

expel from one's property or force to move out by a legal process

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Caroline Beck and her family were evicted from their |house in Steele Crescent, South Bank, Middlesbrough, under new powers to deal with anti-social behaviour.
It had won an earlier verdict to have others evicted from the northern part.
Fleiss was evicted in a second eviction which was a surprise to housemates.
Sai was forcibly evicted from Flat number 176, South Avenue, that was allotted to him during his tenure as a Lok Sabha member, but having lost the elections this year, he has had to give up his seat and his official house.
just in time to see his girlfriend, Fifer Karly, evicted.
He became the fourth official housemate and fifth person to be evicted from the latest series of the reality show.
A man fired a pump-action shotgun through his landlord's front door after he was evicted, a court heard yesterday.
Passions were further inflamed when the student newspaper, The Lance, recently suggested a culprit and motive--six jealous students who were evicted from the farm's dormitory.
A YOB tenant was today set to be evicted from her home.
Canton ward councillor Ramesh Patel said police should have evicted the travellers, as soon as they were seen making a mess - a move which could have saved the public money.
Dozens of people who have been camping opposite the Houses of Parliament for the past few weeks were evicted yesterday and their tents taken away.
Milecastle Housing, the association with which she is a tenant, held a board meeting to discuss her future, and decided not to evict her immediately but said she will be evicted if she continues using the drug.
JO O'MEARA and Cleo Rocos were the two celebrities evicted from the Big Brother House by the public last night.
Since 2001, renters have been evicted from nearly 12,000 rent-controlled apartments, according to city statistics.
Helen Frost's novel in poetry form shares the lives of fictional sisters living in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland in 1850, when people were evicted from the islands and sent to live in Scotland, in Canada and in the United States.