they eject

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  • When Donald comes to visit her, they eject him.
  • However, they do have a small hole on the surface of the wood through which they eject their fecal pellets.
  • They eject small frass packages which can be found on the exterior of the rose hip.
  • They eject a net of glue from two appendages on their back.
  • They do not act in this manner at the times when they eject much earth from their burrows; for their castings then serve to cover the mouths. Cited from The Formation of Vegetable Mould, by Darwin
  • When they feed on sap, they eject excess sugar in the form of honeydew.
  • They eject honeydew through their anal tube in drops at per second for between three and five seconds, every thirty to sixty seconds.
  • When an infected person coughs, they eject infected mucus from their body which can possibly infect those close by.
  • They also have scent tongues which they eject from their nostrils.
  • They are so vicious that in the instant of annihilation they eject their last atom of poison into your carcass. Cited from The Cruise of the Snark, Jack London
  • Nor yet would the term selfish apply to an East End music hall audience when they eject any one who belongs to a different social class to themselves and wears good clothes. Cited from Unexpurgated Case Against Woman Suffrage, Wright
  • They eject her in an escape pod just before blowing up their own spaceship, deliberately killing themselves in order to destroy the pursuing Khleevi.
  • The creature inside claws Cobb before they eject it.
  • Wingmen can no longer be killed during normal gameplay; when their fighters are damaged beyond repair, they eject (though some die in scripted sequences).
  • When the aliens are finished with the intrusion, they eject her from their spaceship and she crash lands in a jungle, presumably on earth.
  • They are known in much of Scotland as Spoots, for the spouts of water they eject while burrowing into the sand, when visible at low tide.
  • In autumn, they eject reddish brown sawdust from the galleries at the base of the stems while constructing a tunnel up into an old stem of the host.
  • In the evening, they come in from sea, having their stomachs filled with a gelatinous substance gathered from the waves; and this they eject into the throats of their offspring, or retain for their own nourishment, according to circumstances. Cited from A Voyage to Terra Australis, by Matthew Flinders
  • Now the great drinkers are very dull, inactive fellows, no women's men at all; they eject nothing strong, vigorous, and fit for generation, but are weak and unperforming, by reason of the bad digestion and coldness of their seed. Cited from Works Volume 3: Essays and Miscellanies, Plutarch