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evict

someone from some place to force someone to move out of something or some place. They evicted the squatters from the building. They were evicted from their home for not paying their mortgage.
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Leibowitz says evicting a tenant can easily wipe out your profit margin for the year.
Big Brother is getting evil earlier than expected and evicting a housemate tonight, writes Phil Agius.
His government argued evicting 5,000 squatters could start a civil war.
We brought Goldman's problem to industry experts that agree he will have a tough time evicting the tenants who are not controlling their teenagers without a show of support from the other tenants.
Tenant advocates said some of the surge in rents is due to increasing abuse of the law by landlords who are evicting and finding other ways to drive out tenants so they can get market rates for units.
A COUNCIL has apologised to a blind tenant after evicting him, changing his locks and trapping his guide dog inside while he was out, it emerged today.