oust

[v] - remove and replace 2. [v] - remove from a position or office
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Oust

Oust noun See Oast .
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Oust

Oust transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Ousted ; present participle & verbal noun Ousting .] [ Old French oster , French ôter , probably from Latin obstare to oppose, hence, to forbid, take away. See ...
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oust

1. To take away; to remove. 'Multiplication of actions upon the case were rare, formerly, and thereby wager of law ousted.' (Sir M. Hale) ... 2. To eject; to turn out. 'From mine own earldom foully ousted me.' (Tennyson) ... Origin: OF. Oster, F. Oter, prob. Fr. L. Obstare to oppose, hence, to forbid, take away. See Obstacle, and cf. Ouster. ... So...
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Oust

• (v. t.) To take away; to remove. • (v. t.) To eject; to turn out. • (n.) See Oast.
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Oust

The Oust (Oud) is a river in Brittany, France, right tributary of the Vilaine. Its source is in the hills between Corlay and Quintin. It flows generally southeast, through the following départements and towns: The Oust flows into the river Vilaine in Redon. The part of the Oust between Rohan and Redon has been made navigable for small ships, and ...
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oust

remove from a position or office
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oust

remove from a position or office
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