depose[ dih-pohz ]SEE DEFINITION OF depose
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DEPOSE
They had grumbled at their chief and mutinied against him and helped to depose him.
In the end they voted a resolution to depose the government, and to elect another.
At Dalradern, where she ruled as mistress, an accident, a word might depose her.
For years back Miss Barrington had been plotting to depose Darby.
The first witness to depose alleged a number of most damaging facts.
The next thing for the Montenegrins to do was to depose Nikita.
She did not assist to depose him till he had conspired to disinherit her.
He was elected for life by the tribal council, which could depose him for misconduct.
The tribal-council had also the right to depose chiefs and sachems.
The explorers of Herculaneum depose to the discovery of such an ornament there.