(transitive) To expel; to remove.
‘The protesters became so noisy that they were finally ousted from the meeting.’;
(transitive) To take the place of; to replace, to supersede.
‘Will online dictionaries ever supplant paper dictionaries?’;
To uproot, to remove violently.
To take away; to remove.
‘Multiplication of actions upon the case were rare, formerly, and thereby wager of law ousted.’;
To trip up.
To eject; to expel; to turn out.
‘From mine own earldom foully ousted me.’;
To remove or displace by stratagem; to displace and take the place of; to supersede; as, a rival supplants another in the favor of a mistress or a prince.
‘Suspecting that the courtier had supplanted the friend.’;
remove from a position or office;
‘The chairman was ousted after he misappropriated funds’;
To overthrow, undermine, or force away, in order to get a substitute in place of.
‘You never will supplant the received ideas of God.’;
remove and replace;
‘The word processor has ousted the typewriter’;
take the place or move into the position of;
‘Smith replaced Miller as CEO after Miller left’; ‘the computer has supplanted the slide rule’; ‘Mary replaced Susan as the team's captain and the highest-ranked player in the school’;
The Oust (French pronunciation: [ust]; Breton: Oud) is a river in Brittany, France, right tributary of the Vilaine. It is 145 km (90 mi) long.