(New American Roget's College Thesaurus)
1. ejection, emission, effusion, rejection, expulsion, eviction, extrusion, discharge, excretion; exfiltration; evacuation, vomiting, regurgitation, eructation. See propulsion.
2. deportation, banishment, exile, excommunication, relegation, extradition, dislodgment, displacement; depopulation; dismissal, ouster, firing, layoff, furlough, outplacement, separation; demotion; riddance. Slang, the gate, the sack, the ax, the air, the bum's rush, walking papers. See exclusion, relinquishment.
3. vomitus; eructation, hiccup. Slang, fart, gurk, barking or trumpet spider; belch, gas; upchuck, cheese, puke, barf, dry heaves.
4. bouncer, ejector.
1. give vent to, let out or off, send out, shed, void, eliminate, evacuate, emit, vomit, spew, become ill, be sick; eruct, belch, bring up gas; extrude, effuse, spend; squirt, spurt, spill; throw up or heave; spit up. Informal, bring up. Slang, barf, cack, cascade, upchuck, duke, flash, keck, honk, lose it, toss one's cookies, puke, ralph, retch, york, drive the porcelain bus, dump, deballast, surplus; burp; fart, break wind.
2. eject, reject, expel, discard; exfiltrate; cast out, throw or push out, off, away, or aside; shovel or sweep out; dispose of, get out of one's hair; brush off, cast adrift, turn or bundle out; unburden; throw overboard; get rid of, shake off; send packing, turn out, pack off, dismiss, dump; bow out, show the door to; boycott; discharge, cashier, read out of, send flying, kick upstairs; evict, oust, dislodge, relegate, deport, banish, exile, extradite; kick or boot out; dehire, deselect, dislocate, select out; excommunicate; run out; clear off or out, clean out, make a clean sweep of, purge; displace; give one one's walking papers; smoke out. Slang, give the gate, the sack, or the bum's rush to, fire, sack, can, give or get the air; kiss off, give the pink slip, stuff; show one the door, bounce.
3. be dismissed. Slang, get the ax, the sack, the bounce, the gate, or the hook.
4. (remove objects from a carrier) unpack, unlade, unload, unship.
Adjectives — emitting, emissive, ejective, expulsive, eliminative.
Interjections — begone! get you gone! get away! go away! off with you! go about your business! be off! avaunt! Slang, take off! get lost! beat it! scram! drop dead!
Antonyms, see receiving.
(Roget's IV) n.
Syn. eviction, expulsion, dismissal; see removal 1 .
(Roget's 3 Superthesaurus) n.
expulsion, ouster, removal, dismissal, exile, *the boot, discharge, banishment, eviction, ostracism.
(Roget's Thesaurus II) noun The act of ejecting or the state of being ejected: dismissal, ejectment, eviction, expulsion, ouster. Slang: boot1, bounce. See KEEP.

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