usher (someone or something) from (something or some place)(redirected from usher from)
usher (someone or something) from (something or some place)
To accompany, escort, or direct someone, something, or some group out of or away from some place or thing. We need to start ushering customers from the auditorium in a quick but orderly fashion. I ushered the trucks from the construction site as discreetly as possible. Police began ushering people from the scene of the accident.
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