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used in A Room With A View

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seize or take control without authority
  • The ghosts were returning; they filled Italy, they were even usurping the places she had known as a child.
    Chapter 13 (94% in)
usurping = seizing or taking control of
  • Unselfishness with Miss Bartlett had entirely usurped the functions of enthusiasm.
    Chapter 6 (75% in)

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