Definitions of "ouster"
  1. The illegitimate eviction or removal process, often seen among tenants sharing the same property
  2. A legal decision leading to the dismissal of a public official or the revocation of a business's public license
How to use "ouster" in a sentence
  1. The tenant filed a lawsuit against her roommate, accusing him of ouster from their shared apartment.
  2. Due to severe misconduct, the mayor faced an ouster from his position.
  3. The city's public utility company was threatened with ouster after failing to comply with safety regulations.

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