turn out of

turn (someone or an animal) out of something

 and turn someone or an animal out
to eject someone or an animal from a place. She turned her own son out of the house. You wouldn't turn a cat out on a night like this, would you? She actually turned out her own brother!
See also: of, out, turn
References in classic literature ?
But you think all you need do to learn accounts is to come to me and do sums for an hour or so, two or three times a-week; and no sooner do you get your caps on and turn out of doors again than you sweep the whole thing clean out of your mind.