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Ouster   /ˈaʊstər/   Listen
Ouster

noun
1.
A person who ousts or supplants someone else.  Synonym: ejector.
2.
A wrongful dispossession.
3.
The act of ejecting someone or forcing them out.  Synonym: ousting.



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"Ouster" Quotes from Famous Books



... corporation or as individuals, they have any legal rights, this forcible intrusion of others violates those rights, as manifestly as an entire and complete ouster and dispossession. These acts alter the whole constitution of the corporation. They affect the rights of the whole body as a corporation, and the rights of the individuals who compose it. They revoke ...
— The Great Speeches and Orations of Daniel Webster • Daniel Webster



Words linked to "Ouster" :   deposition, dethronement, dispossession, mortal, individual, jurisprudence, legal ouster, riddance, exclusion, person, somebody, ejection, soul, expulsion, someone, oust, law, eviction



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