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oust
used in Middlemarch

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Definition
remove someone from a position or office against their will

or:

force someone or something out
  • But," he added, smilingly, "I don't say that Bulstrode's new hospital is a bad thing; and as to his wanting to oust me from the old one—why, if he thinks me a mischievous fellow, he is only returning a compliment.
    Book 2 — Old and Young (52% in)

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