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Five weeks later, mired in a seven-game winless streak, United ousted longtime coach Ben Olsen.

O’Brien held the GM title with the Texans and the Falcons ousted their general manager, Thomas Dimitroff, along with Quinn.

Two years earlier, the group gave significant financial support to former Council President Myrtle Cole’s re-election bid, who Montgomery Steppe eventually ousted.

It’s not hard to imagine this is the kind of thing that turns away the independent, suburban voters Cunningham needs to oust Tillis.

Jim Hackett was ousted as CEO shortly after, and a new round of buyouts was announced.

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Cubans would flood the streets once again ousting the Castro brothers who have now been in power for 55 years.

There is relief at the ousting of Yanukovych but it is mixed with foreboding about what is to come.

But millions more sign-ups for health-care coverage and the ousting of Mitch McConnell?

But he expressed sympathy for the army's position and refused to call the ousting of Morsi a coup.

But he decided that the goal of ousting Morsi superseded any concerns about the army.

Probably it was with a view to ousting this rival that Leicester brought his stepson Essex into the queen's notice.

Do I understand that I am to press this claim with a view of ousting these parties?

Foreign competition is ousting you from your markets as the marten ousts the squirrel from her nest.

This margin was a weapon of conquest, a means of ousting the merchants of other nations from this market or that.

Wyndham sat down to write the letter, the interest of the composition ousting for the time his irrational misgivings.

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On this page you'll find 65 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to ousting, such as: debarment, omission, rejection, ban, cut, and elimination.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.