usurpation

[ yoo-ser-pey-shuh n, -zer- ]SEE DEFINITION OF usurpation

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Usurpation is then an easy attainment, and an usurper soon found.

Is this the rightful exercise of power, or is it usurpation?

He gave them a recital of all the events connected with the usurpation of Amulius.

It is esteemed a usurpation of privilege to baptize on crossing the tropics.

There is the beginning and type of the usurpation of the whole earth.

The whole of their usurpation is established upon this method of arguing.

The Empire is destroyed; the usurpation that follows it has no roots.

"Tom" was a bad baby, from the very beginning of his usurpation.

This was done and a resolution taken to resist any usurpation.

But it is singularly disingenuous to call this an usurpation.

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