- 1The action of forcing or throwing something out; emission: an explosive ejection of ashMore example sentences
emission, discharge, expulsion, release, exudation, excretion, elimination, disgorgementexpulsion, throwing out, removal, ousting; eviction, dispossession, banishment, deportation, exiledismissal, removal, discharge, ousting, expulsion, lay-off, redundancy, notice; Military cashieringNorth American • informal the bum's rush
- Even in structurally normal hearts the presence of left bundle branch block impairs cardiac ejection fraction.
- Prior to the study, the two groups had comparable ejection fraction rates.
- Emesis is the forceful ejection of the stomach contents through the mouth.
- 2The action of forcing someone to leave a place or position; expulsion: the forcible ejection of a table of rowdy drunksMore example sentences
- Any flagrant foul called will result in an immediate ejection.
- At any rate, Mieras got out through the hole the ejection seat left.
- Lasorda knew enough not to argue about the call, which would have meant automatic ejection.