Definition for E-VICT'

E-VICT', v.t. [L. evinco, evictum; e and vinco, to conquer.]

  1. To dispossess by a judicial process, or course of proceedings; to recover lands or tenements by law. If either party be evicted for defect of the other's title. Blackstone.
  2. To take away by sentence of law. King Charles.
  3. To evince; to prove. [Not used.] Cheyne.

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