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supplant
used in Sense and Sensibility

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take the place or move into the position of
  • Instead of talking of Edward, they came gradually to talk only of Robert,—a subject on which he had always more to say than on any other, and in which she soon betrayed an interest even equal to his own; and in short, it became speedily evident to both, that he had entirely supplanted his brother.
    Chapter 50 (50% in)

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