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oust

verb banish, cast out, chase out, depose, deerive of office, dislodge, dismiss, displace, dispossess, diiest of office, drive out, eject, expel, force out, purge, put out, remove, remove from office, repudiate, throw out, thrust out, turn out, unseat
Associated concepts: impeachment, removal from public office
See also: banish, deport, depose, discharge, disinherit, dislocate, dislodge, dismiss, disown, displace, dispossess, divest, eject, eliminate, evict, exclude, expel, reject, relegate, remove, supersede, supplant

oust

to deprive a person of the possession of land.
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He had earlier said Morales and Sereno were being used by his political opponents to oust him.
A cleanliness drive will be conducted to oust this alliance.
Ito pong oust Duterte [plot], siguradong hindi ako kasali.
Announcing the results of the balloting, Deputy Speaker Agha gave ruling that the resolution to oust Bhootani from the office of Speakership is adopted with majority and Bhootani is no more Speaker of Balochistan Assembly.
Californians looked set to oust their governor for the first time and install the Hollywood star, 56, despite sleaze allegations.
In his working visit to Vietnam last month, President Duterte said the CIA, a civilian foreign intelligence service of the United States federal government, was plotting to oust him.
In his working visit to Vietnam last month, Duterte claimed that the CIA was plotting to oust him.
Margaret Cumming left her restaurant job as posties staged a strike to oust husband Scott after he was kept on despite making lewd remarks to a 16-year-old girl employee.