usurper

[ UK /juːzˈɜːpɐ/ ]
NOUN
  1. one who wrongfully or illegally seizes and holds the place of another
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How To Use usurper In A Sentence

  • December 2, 1668—Theatre Royal The Usurper, by Ned Howard—another playwrighting Howard boy Exit the Actress
  • The usurper took power by force.
  • Does the specter of someone who knowingly is ineligible to run for this office becomes president, or an usurper takes rein of our government disturb you? Barack Obama appeal "rejected", really?
  • Pointedly, the book vilifies the usurper Eve but saves its most caustic bitchiness for the bland dilettante-housewife Karen.
  • And now, what he's calling the usurper in the White House via Hussein Obama is the recipient of his prayers. CNN Transcript Jun 12, 2009
  • His daughter Elizabeth made it treason to declare her a heretic or usurper.
  • As a member of the Confederation's forces, I'm obligated to root out usurpers and traitors to the government.
  • The hasty retreat of Constantius might be justified by weighty reasons; but he resigned, without a struggle, the possession of Gaul; and Dardanus, the Praetorian praefect, is recorded as the only magistrate who refused to yield obedience to the usurper. The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire
  • February 15th, 2010 at 11: 06 pm dbadass says: usurper is a good one … Think Progress » Fox News Scolds WellPoint Rate Hike, Not For Hurting Consumers, But For Energizing Health Reform Advocates
  •       By two usurpers, sin – defiled —     An evil path of woe and bane! antistrophe 1 The Choephori
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