usurpations

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

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Your consent alone can give the least validity to these usurpations.

Such are some of the usurpations and aggressions of the Slave Power.

The usurpations and acts of the rebels were considered not legal acts, but nullities.

Their only crime was opposition to the “usurpations of the Papal Schism.”

All usurpations, not born of war, have been caused and supported by labor.

He finds the people oppressed by the usurpations of government, and he urges to rebellion.

By this he meant that the usurpations of the Treasury Department should be brought to a stop.

The tendency has been to usurpations by Congress rather than by the Executive.

The friend, the protector of the people against the usurpations of their enemies, was the character which he now chose to assume.

True, they did not voice this revolt in their historic list of "injuries and usurpations on the part of man toward woman."