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cast out

Forcibly drive out, expel, as in We have to cast out these old-fashioned ideas and methods. [Late 1200s]
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cast out

v.
To drive someone or something out by force; expel someone or something: The board of directors cast out the company president after a trading scandal. When I questioned their methods, they cast me out of the group.
See also: cast, out