de throne

dethrone

[dee-throhn]
verb (used with object), dethroned, dethroning.
1.
to remove from a throne; depose.
2.
to remove from any position of power or authority.

Origin:
1600–10; de- + throne

dethronement, noun
dethroner, noun
undethroned, adjective
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dethrone (dɪˈθrəʊn)
 
vb
(tr) to remove from a throne or deprive of any high position or title; depose: the champion was dethroned by a young boxer
 
de'thronement
 
n
 
de'throner
 
n

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dethrone
1609, from de- + throne.
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