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oustern. [Prob. fr. the OF. infin. oster, used substantively. See Oust.].
  •  A putting out of possession; dispossession; disseizin; -- of a person.  [1913 Webster]
    "Ouster of the freehold is effected by abatement, intrusion, disseizin, discontinuance, or deforcement."  [1913 Webster]
  •  Expulsion; ejection; as, his misbehavior caused his ouster from the party; -- of a person, from a place or group.  [PJC]
Ouster le main. [Ouster + F. la main the hand, L. manus.] (Law) A delivery of lands out of the hands of a guardian, or out of the king's hands, or a judgement given for that purpose. Blackstone.


ouster, n.
1 ejection as a result of physical action, judicial process, or political upheaval.
2 esp. US dismissal, expulsion.



booting out, bouncer, chucker, chucker-out, defenestration, detrusion, discharge, dislodgment, dispossession, ejection, ejectment, ejector, eviction, evictor, expeller, expulsion, extrusion, jettison, kicking downstairs, obtrusion, ousting, rejection, removal, the boot, the bounce, throwing out

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