push out of

push someone or something out of something

 and push someone or something out
to force someone or something out of something. Nick pushed the intruder out of the house. Tony pushed out the intruder.
See also: of, out, push
References in classic literature ?
Now Robin Hood and his band might have slain half of the Sheriff's men had they desired to do so, but they let them push out of the press and get them gone, only sending a bunch of arrows after them to hurry them in their flight.
Bob Akins, Cymer's chairman and chief executive officer, noted, "The expected shortfall in our second quarter revenue is attributable primarily to the push out of krypton fluoride (KrF) light sources that we had expected to ship during the current quarter into subsequent quarters.