Verb(1) remove from political office(2) dislodge from one's seat, as from a horse
(1) A stalemate had been reached in which the opposition could not unseat the government by force and the government could not reassert full control.(2) The AL, the main opposition party, has decided to resort to street agitation to unseat the government.(3) They were initially accused of plotting to unseat the government of oil-rich Equatorial Guinea in March last year.(4) But no one, not even Wahid, is suggesting that the military as an institution is behind any attempt to unseat the government.(5) It's also not fair that the sitting governor requires a majority vote to remain in office, as opposed to the plurality an opponent needs to unseat him.(6) At best, Troy is simply an opportunist who was able to gain the support of a number of key people to help unseat me.(7) The idea that term limits are necessary to unseat jaded officials and rouse lazy voters could not be more inapplicable in New York City now.(8) Her mount bolted, unseating her but her foot was entangled in a stirrup.(9) Later his driving was to be his downfall as his motorcycle took a mind of its own and he was unseated in the middle of Third Road at rush hour.(10) Solis, 40, was injured when he was unseated from his mount, Golden K K, who clipped heels and fell in the upper stretch of a claiming race.(11) He thought the ground rocked slightly beneath him, and that he surely must be dreaming or seeing things, when Sport suddenly shied and reared back, nearly unseating him.(12) Griffith loosened the reins and the quivering horse beneath him sprung into a flat-out gallop, nearly unseating him as they rode towards the fallen figure.(13) Jockey Alejandro Marcial was taken to a hospital on Sunday after his horse, Ski Away, broke down, unseating him in the first race at Arlington Park.(14) The horse squealed in surprised hurt, lunging so hard it almost unseated him.(15) When the Glorious Revolution deposed James in 1689, rebellions in Massachusetts and New York overthrew the Dominion of New England and unseated the proprietary government in Maryland.(16) Hannah Blumenthal, 52, a freelance pony rider, was severely injured when she was unseated from a horse on Friday morning at Belmont Park.
1. dislodge ::
2. throw ::
3. dismount ::
4. upset ::
5. unhorse ::
1. crown ::
2. enthrone ::
3. throne ::
Different Formsunseat, unseated, unseating, unseats
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