deport

[dih-pawrt, -pohrt]
verb (used with object)
1.
to expel (an alien) from a country; banish.
2.
to send or carry off; transport, especially forcibly: The country deported its criminals.
3.
to bear, conduct, or behave (oneself) in a particular manner.

Origin:
1475–85; < Middle French déporter < Latin dēportāre to carry away, banish oneself, equivalent to dē- de- + portāre to carry; see port5

deportable, adjective
deportee, noun
deporter, noun
nondeportable, adjective
nondeported, adjective, noun
undeported, adjective

deport, disport.
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deport (dɪˈpɔːt)
 
vb
1.  to remove (an alien) forcibly from a country; expel
2.  to carry (an inhabitant) forcibly away from his homeland; transport; exile; banish
3.  to conduct, hold, or behave (oneself) in a specified manner
 
[C15: from French déporter, from Latin dēportāre to carry away, banish, from de- + portāre to carry]
 
de'portable
 
adj

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deport
late 15c., "behavior, bearing," from M.Fr. deporter "behave," from de- "thoroughly, formally" + porter "to carry, bear oneself;" original sense preserved in deportment. Meaning "banish" is first recorded 1640s, from Fr. déporter, from L. deportare "carry off, transport,
banish;" associated by folk etymology with portus "harbor." Deportee first attested 1895.
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Example sentences
He was arrested nine times, deported once, and suffered bubonic plague and a
  stress fracture.
Now, two of the busted and deported spies are demanding that the feds fork over
  their impounded spy gear.
Those who show up illegally need to be deported to their country of origin, at
  their expense.
Illegal means they should be deported, not admitted.
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