disthrone

disthrone

(dɪsˈθrəʊn)
vb (tr)
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) obsolete to remove from a throne; to dethrone. Also (obsolete): disthronize or dethronize
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(22) More abominably, the legalists had proceeded even to "devour" and "disthrone" Christ himself.
Loughlin exposes the early modern fear of female hysteria, an anxiety apparent in the diagnosis of 'Womb-fury' given by the seventeenth-century physician Lazarus Riverius: 'A sort of Madness arising from a vehement and unbridled desire of Carnal Imbracement, which desire disthrones the Rational Faculty so far, that the patient utters wanton and lascivious speeches'.