Terry Greene Sterling reports on the campaign to oust him from political life.
But now that the mission has turned into a full-fledged offensive to oust Muammar Gaddafi at any cost, Italians want out.
But instead of trying to oust a dictator, they want another financial bailout.
Grimes has said she will need to raise $26 million to $30 million to oust McConnell, a priority for Democratic donors nationwide.
The dissident group emphasizes that it is not moving to oust Mullah Omar.
Some others feared you were coming to oust them from snug berths.
I swear he has been trying to oust me, and the old lady has encouraged him.
Mine was not the reciprocal wish till envy stimulated me to oust Arabella.
We've promised our dead and our living to oust that corrupt monster from his throne.
“I shall go to London to-morrow and study Sam in order to oust him from your fickle affections,” he announced.
early 15c., from Anglo-French oster (late 13c.), Old French oster "remove, take away, take off; evict, dispel; liberate, release" (Modern French ôter), from Latin obstare "stand before, be opposite, stand opposite to, block," in Vulgar Latin, "hinder," from ob "against" (see ob-) + stare "to stand," from PIE root *sta- "to stand" (see stet). Related: Ousted; ousting.