Origin of supersession
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Examples from the Web for supersession
Supersession was so simple in the force, it was the usual routine.The Law-Breakers
But what you propose will rather take the form of assistance than supersession.Lord Randolph Churchill
Winston Spencer Churchill
It was the capital of the island till its supersession by Valletta in 1570.
This project of the supersession of Wages by Payment in Kind—oh!Marriage
H. G. Wells
Sofia herself was not aware of its suspense or supersession.Red Masquerade
Louis Joseph Vance
Word Origin and History for supersession
1650s, from Medieval Latin supersessionem (nominative supersessio), noun of action from past participle stem of supersedere (see supersede).
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper