expellee

expellee

[ek-spe-lee, -spuh-, ik-spel-ee]
noun
a person who has been expelled, especially one deported from a native or adopted country and resettled in another.

Origin:
1885–90; expel + -ee

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expel (ɪkˈspɛl)
 
vb , -pels, -pelling, -pelled
1.  to eject or drive out with force
2.  to deprive of participation in or membership of a school, club, etc
 
[C14: from Latin expellere to drive out, from pellere to thrust, drive]
 
ex'pellable
 
adj
 
expellee
 
n
 
ex'peller
 
n

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