Etymology
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ouster (n.)

in law, "ejection from property, eviction by judicial process," 1530s, noun use of Anglo-French ouster "remove, evict" (see oust). For other such usages, see waiver. General sense of "dismissal, expulsion" is by 1961.

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Definitions of ouster

ouster (n.)
a person who ousts or supplants someone else;
Synonyms: ejector
ouster (n.)
a wrongful dispossession;
ouster (n.)
the act of ejecting someone or forcing them out;
Synonyms: ousting
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Dictionary entries near ouster

our

-our

ours

-ous

oust

ouster

out

out-

outage

out-and-out

outback