would oust

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  • Indeed, it could only be a question of time when one would oust the other and then absorb my road. Cited from Master Tales of Mystery, Volume 3, Collected by Francis J. Reynolds
  • German trade would oust British and French and Russian trade. Cited from The European Anarchy, by G. Lowes Dickinson
  • Reformers and conservatives would oust each other from power once they had the support of the emperor.
  • They would wait patiently for political reform, although they would oust the despot if this did not happen.
  • Under your roof the wife would oust the mother; and constant contention would sour my temper. Cited from Poor Relations, by Honore de Balzac
  • The admiral was very indignant, blustered against the missionary, and said that he would oust him from that place, if it cost him his estate. Cited from The Philippine Islands, 1493-1898, Vol. 24, Ed. by Blair & Robertson
  • Eben inwardly decided that, if he could, he would oust Herbert from his desirable place, and substitute himself. Cited from Do and Dare, by Horatio Alger, Jr
  • Often when there were disputing claimants to benefices, the pope would oust them all, and appoint a creature of his own. Cited from Conflict Between Religion and Science, by Draper
  • The latter approached Safdar Ali Khan with an offer of three million rupees if he would oust the queen in favour of himself.
  • The Bulls would oust them in a four-game sweep in the first round of the playoffs, the first such occurrence since 1957.
  • Not even the Henry George regime would oust the cottager, for under it he would simply rent what he owns; a cottager he would still remain. Cited from Reflections and Comments, by Edwin Lawrence Godkin
  • In the Cup, the Galaxy would oust United in the semifinals.
  • Beg was well acquainted with the strength of the Sikhs and he feared they would oust him if he allowed them to grow stronger, so he led a strong army to demolish the fort.
  • He criticized the corruption of Liu Jin and claimed that his rebellion would oust Liu Jin from power.
  • That fine, fat, hook-nosed uncle of mine, old Harold, Who leaves me all his land at Littlechester, He, too, would oust me from his will, if I Made such a marriage. Cited from Becket and other plays,by Alfred Lord Tennyson
  • Following Leeper's switch, Williams announced that the Republicans, now in the majority, would oust Senate President Larry Saunders and elect a new president.
  • They feared that the Ottoman Empire would oust the Russians from Athos after the outbreak of the impending Russo-Turkish War.
  • It is to be expected, of course, that the unrighteous governments would hold on to their power in earth as long as possible, and that they would still be thus doing at the coming of the great King, and that he would oust these earthly kingdoms of unrighteousness and establish a righteous government. Cited from The Harp of God, by J. F. Rutherford
  • Specifically there was a concern that the radical left-wing Umma Party, supported by Okello's armed militia, would oust the more moderate members of the ASP from government and seize control.
  • This is scarcely to be wondered at, however, in view of the attitude of another untutored people, the Egyptians, who, though they owe their amazing prosperity solely to British rule, would oust the British at the first opportunity which offered. Cited from The New Frontiers of Freedom from the Alps to the ?gean, by Powell
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