ouster (Meaning)

Wordnet

ouster (n)

a person who ousts or supplants someone else

a wrongful dispossession

the act of ejecting someone or forcing them out

Webster

ouster (n.)

A putting out of possession; dispossession; ejection; disseizin.

ouster Sentence Examples

  1. The ouster of the dictator marked a turning point in the nation's history.
  2. The company's CEO faced an ouster following allegations of misconduct.
  3. The lawsuit aimed to achieve the ouster of the corrupt officials.
  4. The union protested the ouster of its members from the workplace.
  5. The ouster prompted widespread condemnation and calls for accountability.
  6. The political party plotted an ouster against their rivals.
  7. The president's ouster was the result of a military coup.
  8. The ouster of the CEO left the company in a state of turmoil.
  9. The ouster led to a power vacuum and increased instability.
  10. The ouster was seen as a symbol of the triumph of justice over tyranny.

FAQs About the word ouster

a person who ousts or supplants someone else, a wrongful dispossession, the act of ejecting someone or forcing them outA putting out of possession; dispossessio

expulsion, displacement,ejection, dispossession, extradition, banishment, relocation, resettlement, deportation, flight

return, return, repatriation,immigration, repatriation, immigration, approach, coming, coming, approach

The ouster of the dictator marked a turning point in the nation's history.

The company's CEO faced an ouster following allegations of misconduct.

The lawsuit aimed to achieve the ouster of the corrupt officials.

The union protested the ouster of its members from the workplace.