supplanter


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Noun1.Supplanter - one who wrongfully or illegally seizes and holds the place of anothersupplanter - one who wrongfully or illegally seizes and holds the place of another
offender, wrongdoer - a person who transgresses moral or civil law
claim jumper - one who illegally occupies property to which another has a legal claim
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The whole current of her wrath turned upon the supplanter, this Lord Dawlish.
Tanger-Med qui creve l'ecran par la serie de prouesses, est en passe de supplanter les plus huppes des poles portuaires de la planete.
Pour Yassine Ayari et les autres, Karoui c'est la bonne carte pour bousculer l'ordre etabli et exister enfin aux cotes de l'ogre Ennahdha et des autres, voire meme les supplanter. Cette montee des candidats dits anti-systeme que personne n'a vu venir et qui terrorise les tenors en place est une chance pour ceux que ce regime parlementaire a laisse sur le cote.
Le Creponne "made in Oran" a reussi a supplanter les autres aromes vanille, chocolat, pistache, framboises et autres.
Certains critiques ont soutenu que les mandataires avaient outrepasse leur mandat et meme menace de supplanter l'opposition.
Mr Paupanakis had put up with the neglectful treatment he had been receiving at the hands of the authorities of the I[ndian] B[oarding] S[chool] for some time, but to-day, on seeing Mr Martin playing the Jacobean role viz that of supplanter, his indignation was poured forth in denunciatory words before the whole congregation, and, refusing to be pacified, the Rev.
Mattingly, author of Catherine of Aragon (1941) and sympathetic to Henry VIII's first Queen as expected, was harsh in his assessment of her supplanter. He, like Moresby, made much of Anne's malformed finger.
Au cours du dernier siecle, la mort au Quebec et ce qui l'entoure a connu divers changements dont le plus evident semble s'incarner dans un basculement quant a la maniere de disposer des corps, alors que la pratique de la cremation s'impose graduellement a partir des annees 1960 pour ensuite supplanter la tradition de l'inhumation.
En effet, << [l]e legislateur, en reconnaissant que le but durable poursuivi par les indivisaires peut l'emporter sur le droit de provoquer le partage, admet implicitement que le collectif peut supplanter l'individuel >> (191).
Yaakov is thought to be derived from the word akev, which means "at the heel." Biblically, Genesis 25:26 says the name was given to Jacob because he "came out with his hand holding Esau's heel." Jameson is also thought to mean the supplanter. This again is linked to its biblical roots.
Il est facile d'y voir la trace de la participation massive du moi ideal qui a justement comme caracteristique de supplanter la morale du surmoi (Lussier, 2006).
supplanter, deceiver, this son of Isaac, gone blind,