Eject and House


Eject verb - To drive or force out.
Usage example: we summarily ejected the unwanted guest from our party

House is an antonym for eject.


House verb - To provide with living quarters or shelter.
Usage example: some of the freshmen were temporarily housed in local motels while the new dorm was being finished

Eject is an antonym for house.

Common collocations

soul eject soul house soul
spirit eject spirit house spirit
energy eject energy house energy
death eject death house death
Other words: head, times.

Both words in one sentence

  • Film / Valley Girl Sir Swears-a-Lot: Randy, especially during the scene when Tommy and his friends eject him and Fred from Suzi's party and the scene after, when he decides that he and Fred are returning to Suzi's house so that he can try again to connect with Julie.
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