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    What is suitable word instead of "remove," in this sentence?


    If some one said, "Let's remove James from the kingship and assign his brother instead of him."

    I want a word in stead of "remove."
    I want a word meaning forcing someone to leave leadership.

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    Re: What is suitable word instead of "remove," in this sentence?

    "Depose" is the usual word for that. You don't have to specify "the kingship" (or the throne, which would be more typical usage), as "depose" means "remove from power".
    I am not a teacher.

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