Dethroned [verb]

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In January, the network was on top of the cable news heap, dethroning longtime ratings leader Fox News and outpacing the more left-leaning MSNBC as well.

The achievement is a milestone for China’s fledgling—but rapidly growing—private space industry, an increasingly critical part of the country’s quest to dethrone the US as the world’s preeminent space power.

When the market opened on Thursday, Musk dethroned Amazon founder Jeff Bezos from the top slot, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index.

So perhaps this stimulus debate convinces them that Republicans in Washington need to be dethroned.

Had he done so, and at that time attempted to dethrone the king, he would certainly have been overpowered and slain.

The King of Navarre is on our side because he expects with the support of the popular party to dethrone the Regent.

To overpower the nobility, dethrone the Regent and chase the foreigners from our soil—that is the provost's programme.

They are going to mob the palace, dethrone the King, seize the Dauphin, and make all the royal family prisoners.

This he made strenuous efforts to obtain, hoping to dethrone Louis Philippe and install himself in his place.

St. Thomas had the candor to avow, that if the Christians did not dethrone the emperors, it was because they could not.