Ex*au"thor*ate\, v. t. [L. exauctoratus, p. p. of exauctorare to dismiss; ex out + auctorare to bind to something, to hire, fr. auctor. See Author.] To deprive of authority or office; to depose; to discharge. [Obs.]

Exauthorated for their unworthiness. --Jer. Taylor.
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