ejected Definition

  • 1force or throw (something) out, typically in a violent or sudden way
  • 2be thrown or forced out

Using ejected: Examples

Take a moment to familiarize yourself with how "ejected" can be used in various situations through the following examples!

  • Example

    The pilot was ejected from the plane before it crashed.

  • Example

    The machine ejected the CD when I pressed the button.

  • Example

    The passengers were ejected from the train after causing a disturbance.

  • Example

    The volcano erupted and ejected ash into the sky.

ejected Synonyms and Antonyms

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Phrases with ejected

  • to remove someone from a position of power or authority


    The president was ejected from office after the impeachment.

  • a seat in an aircraft that can be ejected in an emergency


    The pilot used the ejector seat to escape from the crashing plane.

  • a device that pumps sewage or waste water from a building to a septic tank or sewer system


    The plumber installed an ejector pump in the basement to prevent flooding.


Summary: ejected in Brief

To 'eject' [ɪˈdʒɛktɪd] means to force or throw something out, often violently or suddenly. It can also refer to being thrown or forced out. Examples include ejecting a pilot from a plane, ejecting a CD from a machine, or ejecting passengers from a train. Phrases like 'eject from office' and 'ejector seat' extend the meaning of 'eject.'

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