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ex·punc·tion

 (ĭk-spŭngk′shən, -spŭng′shən)
n.
The act of expunging or the condition of being expunged: expunction of the records of the crime.

[Late Latin expūnctiō, expūnctiōn-, execution, from Latin expūnctus, past participle of expungere, to strike out; see expunge.]

ex•punc•tion

(ɪkˈspʌŋk ʃən)

n.
the act of expunging or the state of being expunged.
[1600–10; < Late Latin expūnctiō, completion]
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Noun1.expunction - deletion by an act of expunging or erasing
deletion - the act of deleting something written or printed

expunction

noun
The act of erasing or the condition of being erased:
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Amid the pandemonium, Sanjrani ordered the expunction of the unparliamentary language used by Khan and Chaudhry.
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He was not asked to withdraw his words, and the worthy chairman was content with expunction of the said remarks.
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However, a Soldier who is able to show by a preponderance of the evidence that he or she was unjustly accused should have an opportunity to overcome the opposition to expunction by rule and regulation.
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The author discusses the distinction between expunction and sealing, as well as a clear statement of what prevents eligibility for each process.
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