oust[ oust ]SEE DEFINITION OF oust
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OUST
She sought to oust them by thinking of any one else, of Aggie, of Joe.
Josie, of course, was prompt to oust Angie Tuthill from her place in the choir.
Shouldn't I like to see a new claimant come up and oust them after all!
He joined Pierson at her side, and made no effort to oust him.
Who would there be who could effectively contest his claim, or oust him from his place?
No one can oust you from my heart if she had all the gifts of the nine graces.
I swear he has been trying to oust me, and the old lady has encouraged him.
We've promised our dead and our living to oust that corrupt monster from his throne.
The Marquise determined to oust Simon from his place in his father's heart.
If he procured his escape, it would be to oust him irrevocably from his inheritance.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR OUST
- cast out
- do away with
- drive off
- force out
- get rid of
- give the boot
- heave out
- kick out
- kiss goodbye
- send packing
- show the gate to
- spit out
- squeeze out
- throw overboard
- turn out