ouster definition

  • noun:
    • The work of ejecting, pushing completely, or supplanting.
    • hawaii of being ejected, required aside, or supplanted.
    • One that ejects, forces away, or supplants another.
    • Law The work of pushing one out of control or occupancy of product home to which you're entitled; illegal or wrongful dispossession.
    • A putting from possession; dispossession; ejection.
    • Action by a cotenant that stops another cotenant from experiencing the utilization of jointly owned residential property.
    • Specifically, the forceful removal of a politician or regime from power; coup.
    • somebody who ousts.
    • A putting off possession; dispossession; disseizin; -- of a person.
    • Expulsion; ejection; ; -- of someone, from someplace or team.
    • in-law, a putting regarding ownership; ejection; the act of depriving one of his freehold.
    • somebody who ousts or supplants someone else
    • the act of ejecting somebody or forcing all of them out
    • a wrongful dispossession

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