Synonyms of expel in English:


See US English definition of expel

See UK English definition of expel

See Spanish definition of expulsar


1‘the opposition leader was expelled from her party’

throw out, bar, ban, debar, drum out, thrust out, push out, turn out, oust, remove, get rid of
reject, dismiss
blackball, blacklist
informal chuck out, sling out, fling out, boot out, kick out, heave out, send packing, defenestrate
British informal give someone the push, give someone the elbow, give someone the big E, bin off, turf out
North American informal give someone the air, give someone the bum's rush
dated out

admit, welcome

2‘he was released and expelled from the country’

banish, exile, deport, evict, expatriate, dismiss, displace
oust, drive out, throw out, cast out, purge, proscribe, outlaw

3‘Dolly expelled a hiss’

let out, discharge, eject, force out, issue, send forth
excrete, evacuate, ejaculate, belch, disgorge, eliminate, void, spew out, spit out, vomit