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  • as indepose
  • as indethrone
  • as indisplace

synonyms for discrown

  • demote
  • dethrone
  • dismiss
  • impeach
  • overthrow
  • unseat
  • bounce
  • break
  • can
  • cashier
  • chuck
  • degrade
  • displace
  • downgrade
  • eject
  • subvert
  • unfrock
  • unmake
  • upset
  • boot out
  • drum out
  • freeze out
  • give heave-ho
  • kick out
  • remove from office
  • ride out on rail
  • run out of town
  • send packing
  • throw out
  • throw out on ear
  • uncrown

antonyms for discrown

MOST RELEVANT
  • allow
  • obey
  • promote
  • upgrade
  • crown
  • enthrone
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How to use discrown in a sentence

He will then proceed to plunder and discrown the very kings that had assisted him in erecting his colossal power.
MONKS, POPES, AND THEIR POLITICAL INTRIGUESJOHN ALBERGER
They did not attempt to put one king in place of another, but to dethrone human nature and discrown the very manhood of the race.
THE WRITINGS OF JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL IN PROSE AND POETRY, VOLUME VJAMES RUSSELL LOWELL
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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