Synonym: boot out, drum out, expel, kick out, throw out. Similar words: just, must, adjust, just as, just now, justify, sustain, cluster. Meaning: [aʊst] v. 1. remove from a position or office 2. remove and replace.
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1. The rebels finally managed to oust the government from power.
2. Last week they tried to oust him in a parliamentary vote of no confidence.
3. I 'm sorry to say nothing could oust a computer.
4. The legislative body had voted to oust the country's onetime rulers.
5. Police are trying to oust drug dealers from the city centre.
6. They sought extra-parliamentary means to oust Chavalit, establish a caretaker government and hold a new election.
7. Khruschev's half-hearted attempt to oust Dej in 1957 encouraged him to look for allies to counter Soviet influence.
8. Their goal: to oust the federal government from Texas soil.
9. That fueled the movement among Democrats to oust their own president, Lyndon B.. Johnson.
10. First he tried to oust Keenan as ward committeeman by running some one against him in the election for ward leadership.
11. Critics fear money will oust quality Georgina Henry reports on doubts over programme standards, public service obligations and controls on ownership.
12. DaimlerChrysler said to oust CEO.
13. He survived numerous plots to kill or oust him.
14. Baby cuckoos oust other baby birds from their nests.
15. To dispossess unlawfully of real property; oust.
16. They can even oust the entire board without cause.
17. Take care that quantity does not oust quality.
18. Don't try to outshine others. They can oust you from office , mind you.
19. EXAMPLE : Several major shareholders want to oust the corporation's president because of his poor management decisions.
20. Moves to oust Mr Seifert and Mr Breuer began after they refused private pleadings from shareholders earlier this year to drop a planned bid for the London Stock Exchange.
21. An asylum-seeker, once in a job, may be harder to oust, even if refused permission to stay.
22. But it is clear that the mere existence of an alternative remedy does not oust judicial review.
23. He has touted his anti-crime credentials by ordering guidelines for local authorities that would oust from public housing residents who commit crimes.
24. He subsequently launched a popular reformasi ( reform ) movement aiming to oust Mahathir, but was ultimately unsuccessful.sentencedict .com
25. ROBERT MUGABE appears once again to have wrong - footedvt those who have been trying to oust him.
26. Thousands of red-shirted anti-government demonstrators converged on the Thai capital Saturday, vowing to oust the government in a mass do-or-die display of muscle, AP reported.
27. A unified ideological level is mainly attributed to " oust others doctrines , the overwhelming Confucianism. "
28. But Mullah Omar's Taliban has adopted the rhetoric of a national liberation struggle, to oust foreign forces and restore Islamic rule.
29. In a closely held company, the manager is hard to oust because he owns most of the firm.
30. According to an 1876 edition of the magazine Philatelist, timbromania was the earlier word that Herpin was attempting to oust.
More similar words: just, must, adjust, just as, just now, justify, sustain, cluster, custody, exhaust, industry, customer, just about, do justice, wanderlust, frustrate, just the same, adjustment, illustrate, industrial, frustration, sustainable, house, spouse, cousin, various, dubious, envious, warehouse, household.