Definition of "evict"
  1. The action of forcing a tenant to leave a property, either due to a superior claim of ownership or through the use of legal proceedings
How to use "evict" in a sentence
  1. The landlord had to evict the tenant for not paying rent for three consecutive months.
  2. The city council decided to evict the business from the leased premises due to repeated violations of the terms of their lease.
  3. After the trial, the judge ordered to evict the occupant because he was illegally squatting.

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