Lavrov said the G8 has been superseded by the G20, a bigger club.
Robert Wood Johnson superseded his brothers and summarily replaced James as president.
The last three were tossed: superseded by federal law, said the majority.
But he decided that the goal of ousting Morsi superseded any concerns about the army.
In the progress of civilization, law has superseded the ordeal by battle; and law must now supersede this conflict.
He was threatened that if he insisted, he should be superseded.
It continued its heavy dual work until 1875 when it was superseded by a steel bridge.
The wheel-lock was superseded by the trigger and the hammer, still with flint.
The "St. John's-wort" seems to have superseded the mistletoe in the modern tradition.
But cables have recently, and all but exclusively, been superseded by iron chain.
mid-15c., Scottish, "postpone, defer," from Middle French superceder "desist, delay, defer," from Latin supersedere "sit on top of, stay clear of, abstain from, forbear, refrain from," from super "above" (see super-) + sedere "to sit" (see sedentary). In Scottish law, a judicial order protecting a debtor. Meaning "displace, replace" first recorded 1640s. Related: Superseded; superseding.