oustverb [ T ]uk /aʊst/ us /aʊst/
- They offered voters a massive inducement to oust the president by announcing that sanctions would be lifted if there was 'democratic change'.
- He was ousted from the club for violating its rules.
- Traditional farming patterns have been ousted by modern methods.
- It proved impossible to oust him from power.
- The rebels are intent on ousting the dictator.