expulsion noun

ADJ. automatic | immediate | mass | forced

VERB + EXPULSION lead to, result in Copying from another candidate results in automatic expulsion. | call for, demand | order The government ordered the immediate expulsion of the two men. | be threatened with, face Several pupils now face expulsion. | appeal against an ex-party member who intends to appeal against his expulsion

PREP. ~ from her expulsion from the society

PHRASES ground(s) for expulsion His disruptive behaviour was felt to be sufficient grounds for his expulsion.