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[ ˈa͡ʊstɪd], [ ˈa‍ʊstɪd], [ ˈaʊ_s_t_ɪ_d]

The term "ousted" means to forcefully remove someone or something from a position, place, or authority. Some synonyms for the word ousted are ejected, expelled, removed, deposed, displaced, kicked out, discharged, sacked, and ousted. All these synonyms indicate an action of removal or displacement from a position of power or presence. Whether it's a political figure or a house guest, they can be ousted or ejected from a position or place for different reasons. Using these synonyms of ousted, one can effectively convey the meaning of the term in different contexts, with each word carrying its own connotation of removal and displacement.

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Ousted definition: to force out of a place or position

Ouster synonyms: dismissal, expulsion, termination

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    Usage examples for Ousted

    "Yes, it is strange how we English cling to our customs, and bring them out even to such places as this," said the lady, letting her eyes rest softly upon those of the young officer, and there allowing them to stop; but giving a quick glance the next moment at the Rajah, who, with a fixed smile upon his face, was sending lowering looks from one to the other of those who seemed to have Ousted him and monopolised the lady's attention.
    "One Maid's Mischief"
    George Manville Fenn
    He Ousted father together with a dozen other men of his age.
    "The Desert Valley"
    Jackson Gregory
    Towards the close of Van Buren's administration, when he was being assailed on every side, as well for what Jackson as for what he himself had done or left undone, one of the chief accusations brought against him was that he had squandered the public money, and that, since Adams had been Ousted from the presidency, the expenses of running the government had increased out of all proportion to what was proper.
    "Thomas Hart Benton"
    Theodore Roosevelt

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