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supplanted

[ suh-plan-tid ]
/ səˈplæn tɪd /
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adjective
having been replaced or taken over by someone or something else:A few months later, in the midnight secrecy of a remote castle, the supplanted monarch met his untimely end.Having the latest gear is very, very cool, but buying the recently supplanted versions can save you a considerable amount of money.
noun
Usually the supplanted . people or things that have been replaced: He took up with the peasantry's rebellion only to find that the supplanters were just as bad as the supplanted.
verb
the simple past tense and past participle of supplant.
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Origin of supplanted

OTHER WORDS FROM supplanted

un·sup·plant·ed, adjective
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