State resources should maximize, and not supplant or suppress, their efforts.
Achmon is a harbinger of the business entrepreneurs who became the other new elite to supplant the old kibbutz hegemony.
The bloodthirsty Young Turks of Bohane bide their time, waiting in the shadows to shank and supplant their revelry-addled elders.
Free votes can supplant villains with worse villains, corruption, and brutality with tyranny and enslavement of women.
And, of course, it recommends keeping screen time limited, so as not to supplant other, real-world play and exploration.
I have cherished it ever since, and often have I rejoiced that I did not permit any subsequent images of a corpse to supplant it.
And in industry, like everywhere else, women want to supplant us.
That ground is a program in which the deliberations of reason must supplant the folly of force.
Get one, and let him teach you and the men; but take good care that he does not supplant you.
He disliked Puttock, and he was envious of Norburn, who threatened to supplant him as the "rising man" of his party.
c.1300, "to trip up, overthrow, defeat, dispossess," from Old French supplanter "to trip up, overthrow," from Latin supplantare "trip up, overthrow," from sub "under" + planta "sole of the foot" (see plant (n.)). Meaning "replace one thing with another" first recorded 1670s. Interesting sense evolution parallel in Hebrew akabh "he beguiled," from akebh "heel."