verb (used with object), dis·en·throned, dis·en·throning.

to dethrone.

Origin of disenthrone

First recorded in 1600–10; dis-1 + enthrone
Related formsdis·en·throne·ment, noun
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Historical Examples of disenthrone

  • But to disenthrone himself, to descend to the condition of a poor devil!

  • He had but to disenthrone her who for fifteen years, with true and tender love, had shared his existence.

    The Empress Josephine

    Louise Muhlbach