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tr.v. oust·ed, oust·ing, ousts
1. To eject from a position or place; force out.
2. To take the place of, especially by force; supplant.
Could please verify if these blue sentences sound good?
ousted leader asks for help
forced out president has been shot-dead publically
ejected CEOs have been found dead at their homes
removed politician has been caught red-handed doing...
expelled official is not leaving his country
put out secretary fathered a minor 3 children.
Do you know any other structure that may be synonymous with 'ousted', to describe a person whose position has been taken by force?
Last edited by Offroad; 03-Sep-2009 at 08:01. Reason: Correction
I agree - but 'disposed' is often seen.
Last edited by PROESL; 03-Sep-2009 at 14:17.