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Those who instituted the ouster proceedings were Republicans.

To this virtual "ouster" of their jurisdiction over the question the Lords very naturally objected.

Subsequently, on a quo warranto being filed against him, judgment of ouster was obtained.

WORD ORIGIN

"ejection from property," 1530s, noun use of Anglo-French ouster (see oust). For other such usages, see waiver.

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