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ēiciō (pronounced but not written ē-iiciō), iēcī, iectus, ere

ex + iacio, to cast out, thrust out, drive away, put out, eject, expel : linguam: eiecto armo, dislocated , V.: ex senatu eiectus: hunc de civitate: a suis dis penatibus: finibus, S.: cadavera cellis, H.: in exsilium Catilinam.— To drive into exile, banish : a me eiectus: revocemus eiectos: Tarquinium eiectum accipere, from exile , V.— With se, to rush out, sally forth : se ex castris, Cs.: si se eiecerit secumque suos eduxerit: se foras, L.—Of ships, etc., to bring to land, land : navīs, Cs., L.To run aground, cast ashore, strand, wreck : navīs in litore, Cs.: classem ad insulas, L. — Of persons, P. perf., wrecked, shipwrecked : hanc eiectam recepisse, T.: commune litus eiectis: eiectum litore Excepi, V.—Fig., to expel, drive away, free oneself from : sollicitudines: amorem ex animo: memoriam ex animis, L.—With se, to break forth, break out : voluptates se eiciunt universae.— To hoot (off the stage), condemn, reject, disapprove : cantorum ipsorum vocibus eiciebatur: quod tum explosum et eiectum est.

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