forced, forcible
lead to, result in

Copying from another candidate results in automatic expulsion.

call for, demand

The government ordered the immediate expulsion of the two men.

be threatened with, face

Several students now face expulsion.

appeal against (BrE)

an ex-party member who intends to appeal against his expulsion

expulsion from

her expulsion from the society

grounds for expulsion

His disruptive conduct was felt to be sufficient grounds for his expulsion.

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