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Definition of "dethronement" [de•throne•ment]

  • The act of being dethroned. (noun)

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Use "dethronement" in a sentence
  • "4 No doubt Cardinal Pie, the 19th-century Bishop of Poitiers and anti-liberal crusader, who called the dethronement of Christ a crime against which "we should never cease to protest," would have objected to the notion that we should tone-down our objection to the modern world's apostasy and its essential incompatibility with the Faith."
  • "There is a substantial difference between criticising a speech, which you have every right to do, and calling for "dethronement" which is none of your goddamn business."
  • "After the premeditated maneuver by Congress and the military in 1892, the support of conspirators (a term updated to terrorists since President Clinton's administration period), the continued use of propaganda on the World to make it appear that the dethronement of Hawaii's Queen Liliuokalani was legitimate appears to be the approach to continue a historical crime affecting our aboriginal Hawaiians and all in the World today."