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supersede
used in The Count of Monte Cristo

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Definition
take the place of — especially replacing something old or inferior

or:

to cause to be set aside
  • And if I do not possess that talent, which your smiles prove to me you doubt, should I not still have that ardent love of independence, which will be a substitute for wealth, and which in my mind supersedes even the instinct of self-preservation?
    Chapters 95-96 (31% in)

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