depose depose  /dɪ ˈpoʊz/

Definition(s):

  1. (v) force to leave (an office)
  2. (v) make a deposition; declare under oath

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Usage(s):

  1. His enemies whispered that he aimed to depose Maximilian and get the throne of Mexico for himself.
  2. He asked the court for the opportunity to depose Binalshibh.
  3. A survivor by instinct, Mikoyan initiated the now famous attack against Stalin at the party's 20th Congress in 1956 and, eight years later, helped depose Khrushchev.

News

  1. Texas Equusearch wants to depose Casey Anthony, parents

    The group that led the search for Casey Anthony's missing daughter, Caylee, now wants to depose Anth
    on June 22, 2013     Source: Central Florida News 13

  2. FIRST ON ORLANDOSENTINEL.COM Attorneys want to depose Casey Anthony, her parents in July

    Attorneys for Texas EquuSearch want Casey Anthony, Cindy Anthony and George Anthony to answer questions under oath. Attorneys for Texas EquuSearch, the organization that spearheaded several massive searches for Caylee Marie Anthony, filed notice that they want to depose her mother Casey Anthony next month.        
    on June 22, 2013     Source: Orlando Sentinel

  3. Attorneys want to depose Casey Anthony, her parents, in July

    Attorneys for Texas EquuSearch want Casey Anthony, Cindy Anthony and George Anthony to answer questions under oath. Attorneys for Texas EquuSearch, the organization that spearheaded several massive searches for Caylee Marie Anthony in 2008, filed notice that they want to depose her mother Casey Anthony next month.        
    on June 22, 2013     Source: Orlando Sentinel

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