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deposed

[ dih-pohzd ]
/ dɪˈpoʊzd /
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adjective
removed from high office or position:The musical was a political satire about a deposed king and queen forced to go incognito in their own country.
Law. examined under oath, sometimes with the resulting statement taken down in writing and used in court in place of spoken testimony:Only two of the deposed witnesses directly indicated personal knowledge of the alleged trip.
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Origin of deposed

OTHER WORDS FROM deposed

un·de·posed, adjective
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