dethronement

NOUN
  1. the act of deposing someone; removing a powerful person from a position or office
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How To Use dethronement In A Sentence

  • 'hecatomb' (more dethronement rhetoric), the factor of laws and regulation is built into the evolution of complex economies, which only arise in their modern form under very special conditions, and which are set up by the deliberate tactics of 'free market' policy makers. Darwiniana
  • The dethronement of learning is one of the most exciting intellectual frontiers we are now crossing.
  • So one positive side of my dethronement is the fact that I can now mingle with the masses, thanks to my newfound freedom.
  • The dethronement of learning is one of the most exciting intellectual frontiers we are now crossing.
  • in dislodging the tyrant and proclaiming his dethronement before the National Assembly. The Ruin of a Princess
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