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oust (verb), ousts; ousted; ousting
1. The act or condition of ejecting, forcing out, or supplanting.
2. To force out or to remove, as from a place e or position; to eject.
3. In law, the act of forcing someone out of possession or occupancy of material property to which he or she is entitled; illegal or wrongful dispossession.
4. Etymology: existing since about 1420, from Anglo-French oster (1292), from Old French oster, "put out, keep off, remove, avert"; from Latin obstare, "to stand opposite to, to block, to hinder"; from ob-, "against" + stare, "to stand".