Before even issuing an arrest warrant for the [ousted] president, they did that.
Network news icons gathered today for an honorary roast of ousted NBC Universal CEO Jeff Zucker.
But with the emergence of the Twelfth Imam himself, the Vali-e Fagheeh, or Iran's supreme leader, will be ousted from power.
Among the first to take advantage of the offer was the Thaksin Shinawatra, the ousted prime minister of Thailand.
The U.S. ousted the Taliban in 2001 and is now attempting to address a wider conflict involving extremism in Pakistan.
Ludwell, whose conduct had been especially obnoxious, was ousted from the collectorship of York River.
But though her life was now crowded with new interests that first-comer was not ousted.
I do not know if photography itself, their redoubted enemy, has even now ousted them from that last refuge.
The shock of the real trouble had ousted the imaginary one for the moment.
Not such a bad place either, in warm weather; but I was ousted by a tipsy gentleman, whom I found there one night.
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.