from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- transitive verb To dethrone.
from The Century Dictionary.
- To remove from a throne or from supreme authority; dethrone.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- transitive verb To remove from, or as from, a throne; to dethrone.
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- verb transitive To
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The time is now to tell your elected officials and national leaders that we must unthrone the nuclear despot.
The aim of the war was simple: to do what had not been done in 1792, unthrone the Tippoo, to which end the British concocted some very thin reasons to justify an invasion of Mysore, ignored the Tippoo's overtures for peace and so marched on Seringapatam.
He saw the terrible German king-maker Ricimer throne and unthrone a series of puppet emperors, he saw the last remnant of Gallic independence thrown away and himself become a barbarian subject, and he saw a few years before he died the fall of the empire in the west.
Something must be done to _unthrone_ these wretches, or things will be worse and worse.
The sinner would not only unthrone God, but ungod him, which makes the debt infinite.
Sin is deicidium [the killing of God]; it would not only unthrone God, but ungod him; if sin could help it, God should no longer be God.