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Definition of depose:

  1. To remove from a throne or other high station; to divest of office; to depone.
  2. To bear witness. See Depone.

Common misspellings for depose:

deposet, depos.

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Examples of usage for depose:

  1. She dropped the letter at these words, and, covering her face with her hands, sobbed bitterly and long; at length, and with an effort which taxed her strength to the utmost, she read on:- " Although, however, you are to remain at Cro' Martin, it will be more than ever imperative you should reduce the establishment there within the very strictest possible limits; and to begin this- reform, I 'm fully assured it is necessary you should depose old Mrs. Broon, who is really incapable of her duties, while her long- acquired habits of expense render her incompatible with any new regulations to enforce economy. – The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II) by Charles James Lever
  2. My son wants to depose me, and my daughter will not even come to meet me." – Landolin by Berthold Auerbach
  3. Little did he guess that the populace of Fairyland, who were acclaiming him, down to the tiniest sprite, were far from pleased to have a mortal on their throne- that the gnomes were plotting, with the fairies this time, to depose him, for the key had come back to their land, and was never likely to be stolen again. – The Rainbow Book Tales of Fun & Fancy by Mabel Henriette Spielmann

Quotes for depose:

  1. If your government had given me a thousandth of the sum it spent to depose me, I could have won that war.

Rhymes for depose:

  1. bose, close, clothes, doze, hose, nose, pose, prose, rose, throes, beaus, boes, brose, chose, froze, joes, noes, o's, slows, those, crows, boase, mose, jos, goes, bows, grows, flows, pros, foes, shows, blows, rows, hoes, sews, glows, throws, knows, tows, ohs, cose, ose, rohs, woes, pows, crose, gose, lo's, lows, moes, ngos, owes, roes, sows, toes, vose, lowes, bowes, snows;
  2. compose, disclose, dispose, enclose, expose, foreclose, impose, oppose, propose, repose, suppose, transpose, arose, stavros, dubose, forgoes, bestows, tarots, plainclothes;
  3. decompose, interpose, juxtapose, predispose, presuppose, reimpose;
  4. overexpose, superimpose;
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