to oust

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  • He defeated an attempt made to oust them by a big land company. Cited from The Captain of the Kansas, by Louis Tracy
  • Our play is to keep control and not let any other interest in to oust us. Cited from Gunsight Pass, by William MacLeod Raine
  • But the longer the family held church land, the more difficult it was to oust them from the land.
  • He would be quite unable to oust any well-known and representative independent candidate who chose to stand against him. Cited from An Englishman Looks at the World, by H. G. Wells
  • For many of these, the common goal was simply to oust the northern dominated government.
  • "But, of course, he will try even there to oust you from the first place." Cited from The Crushed Flower and Other Stories, L. Andreyev
  • His resignation followed reports that the national government was planning a move to oust him.
  • The goal was to oust government officials and force new elections.
  • This time they were determined to oust him at all costs. Cited from Germany, The Next Republic?, by Carl W. Ackerman
  • They seek, though perhaps automatically only, to oust your own thoughts and establish themselves in their place. Cited from Three John Silence Stories, by Algernon Blackwood
  • Many had tried to oust her from this enviable position but without success. Cited from Ptomaine Street, by Carolyn Wells
  • Local city authorities have so far been unable to oust the non-code-compliant resident.
  • Despite this temporary peace, civil war broke out again as opposition groups began to fight to oust Taylor from government.
  • At the same time they launched a series of attacks to oust the Austrian forces that entered the area.
  • White workers also exerted pressure on the government to oust Chinese from the country.
  • He then spent over four months out of the team, unable to oust regular inside-left Benny Cross.
  • Convincing the son to oust his father from the throne was no easy task.
  • The former tried to oust the latter from his position of importance and influence in the company in order to make himself supreme in its administration.
  • Having failed three times to oust Haughey, most of his critics gave up and returned to normal politics.
  • The fight over the union funds led to a battle by union members to oust Glimco.
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