Definition of "dispossess"
  1. The act of expelling someone from real estate either by legal process or by assertive action
How to use "dispossess" in a sentence
  1. The landlord had to dispossess the tenant when he failed to pay his rent for several months.
  2. After buying the property, she was compelled to dispossess the squatters who had taken over the house.
  3. The court ordered to dispossess the owner due to unlawful activities on the property.

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