Use Oust in a sentence
Meaning: [verb] to push out of a position;
They ousted the lawful occupants at gunpoint.
In 1958, Fidel Castro returned from exile in Mexico to oust the Batista regime and assume power.
The voters finally had their revenge and ousted the responsible politicians.
Morsi was ousted in July 2013 following mass protests against him.
Those directors have since been ousted from the board.
Oscar has ousted Jo and bought the club himself.
Saudi Arabia supports rebel groups who are fighting to oust Assad in the Syrian conflict.
Some army generals behind the attempted coup have vowed to lead a rebellion to oust the president.
Libya has descended into chaos since the 2011 NATO-backed revolt that ousted dictator Moamer Kadhafi.
Many others were similarly ousted from the organisation.
A failed military coup seeking to oust Nkurunziza soon after only exacerbated the conflict.
Certain elements within the party are hoping to oust the current Prime Minister before the next election.