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use "oust" in a sentence

The aim of the Saudi-led coalition is to oust Houthi rebels from the city.

Anti-government protesters had been trying to oust Ms Yingluck since November 2013.

Iran backs Assad in the war while Saudi Arabia supports rebels seeking to oust him.

Saudi Arabia supports rebel groups who are fighting to oust Assad in the Syrian conflict.

The plan was to oust the jihadists and prevent them from moving on to the capital, Bamako.

A failed military coup seeking to oust Nkurunziza soon after only exacerbated the conflict.

Last year, three Tennessee justices faced an organized campaign to oust them from the court.

December 20, 1989 - The U.S. invades Panama and launches "Operation Just Cause" to oust Noriega.

Some army generals behind the attempted coup have vowed to lead a rebellion to oust the president.

Four-time Indian Wells winner Roger Federer needed just 69 minutes to oust American Jack Sock 6-3, 6-2.

A petition is being circulated to oust the judge as a result of the sexist remarks he made during a recent rape trial.

Expelled after supporting a bid to oust Enrique Bermúdez in 1988.

Al-Shabaab would later oust Ismail himself in July of that same year.

The rent is a little high, otherwise, it's a very nice house. oust

Certain elements within the party are hoping to oust the current Prime Minister before the next election.

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