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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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Ridley seemed to have been intended by nature to be an evictor of widows and oppressor of orphans'.
Todd Howard is a professional evictor who will bring viewers to the front door of the most despicable, dirty, outrageous, dangerous, and insane tenants he has ever known.
Now nicknamed Evictor, the pretend gangster's got as much chance as preposterous gender- bender Nadia: None whatsoever.
Duggie's attempts to improve his image involve fingering Vinny as the real baddie, the true tenant evictor.
Proposition G is specifically targeted at serial evictors and bad actors," said Nickolas Pagoulatos, legislative aide to San Francisco Board of Supervisors member Eric Mar, in an email.
As a riverside dweller, he was aware of his people's precarious socio-economic and geographical conditions, still worsened by petty, ambitious incoming adventurers and abusive evictors.