Definition of Expellant

1. [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Expellant

expeditionist
expeditionists
expeditions
expeditious
expeditiously
expeditiousness
expeditive
expeditor
expeditors
expel
expeled
expelee
expelees
expeling
expellable
expellant (current term)
expellants
expelled
expellee
expellees
expellent
expellents
expeller
expellers
expelleth
expelling
expellings
expels
expence
expences

Literary usage of Expellant

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1. A Text-book of the Science and Art of Obstetrics by Henry Jacques Garrigues (1907)
"CHAPTER V. THE expellant FORCES. WE shall now let the light of science in on this scene and begin by a consideration of the ..."

2. Story of the Gallic War by Julius Caesar, John Remsen Bishop, T. T. Jones (1916)
"... expellant. ne qua: That no. 9. contentment. Surroundings of German States. Magistrates and Chiefs. Hospitality collaudo, 1, tr., praise, com- incursio, ..."

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