supercede

[soo-per-seed]
verb (used with object), superceded, superceding.
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Example sentences
To resist depression and oppression, to supercede the dark histories with
  promise and good health, long life.
Solutions to intractable problems such as those discussed in this forum demand
  new constructs that supercede the old.
The will of the people cannot supercede the needs of the people, and it cannot
  be allowed to supercede the truth.
But we've seen his actions supercede his usually lame and vanilla words when
  urgency ruled last year.
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