- n a person who ousts or supplants someone else
- n a wrongful dispossession
- n the act of ejecting someone or forcing them out
- In a dramatic break with the President, an influential group calls for the Attorney General's ouster.
- But if his supporters decide to contest his ouster in the streets, the latest twist in Indonesia's tortured post-Suharto politics may provoke a bloodbath.
- President Wahid's ouster may cause more problems than it solves.
- Zurab Nogaideli in Forbes
The emergency declaration "will temporarily ban demonstrations and protests, and calls in the media for violence, and the ouster of the government by force," Nogaideli said.
- Han Seung-soo in Forbes
Genuine candlelight protests have been turning into violent demonstrations calling for the ouster of a democratic government. That is a very regrettable thing,Han said. "We have to look at the future, not the past."
- Hillary Rodham Clinton in Sydney Morning Herald
The ouster of president Bakiyev left behind his loyalists, who are against the interim government,Ms Clinton said.