ejectionnoun [ C or U ]uk /iˈdʒek.ʃən/ us /iˈdʒek.ʃən/
Examples from literature
- If there is anything in the larynx or the bronchial tubes the attempt must be made to secure its ejection by the production of coughing or sneezing.
- On the other hand, the constitution required a minimum of two million votes for the valid ejection of the President of the republic.
- The ejection of the life raft must have caused the thump he'd heard before he was cast adrift.
- The passage of this species of worms from the bowels, or their ejection from the stomach, is the only positive evidence of their presence.
- The very high temperature of these volcanic ejections makes it necessary for us to suppose that they come from a great depth.