Examples of ouster in a Sentence
The news reported the ouster of the dictator.
the dictator's ouster by the rebels
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Even the abrupt ouster of Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy this month couldn’t shake investors’ faith that Spain’s recovery is real, whereas Italy’s looks increasingly fragile.
Morgan’s arrest and ouster is the latest and thus far most dramatic move in a struggle that has emerged over Lee’s business and fortune since his wife of 69 years Joan died in July.
Brooks was given four hours notice and no explanation for her ouster on a Friday.
The Pistons are searching for a new coach after Stan Van Gundy's ouster.
More than 3,200 women - most conservative evangelicals - signed a petition, a rare public display against a man in power, calling for Patterson's ouster.
The bar is so low that football came immediately to mind as the cause of Zenger's ouster — not Kansas’ mention in the ongoing FBI investigation involving basketball recruiting.
Nearly 2,600 female candidates are vying for a quarter – a quota allotted to women under the constitution – of parliament's 329 seats in these elections, the fourth since Saddam's 2003 ouster.
The university’s move is one sign of how the storied corps, among the oldest and most decorated in the country, is still reeling from and trying to rebuild after Hopkins’ ouster.
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: the act of removing someone or something from a position of power or authority
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