[ou-ster] /ˈaʊ stər/
expulsion or removal from a place or position occupied:
The opposition called for the ouster of the cabinet minister.
(property law) the act of dispossessing of freehold property; eviction; ejection
“ejection from property,” 1530s, noun use of Anglo-French ouster (see oust). For other such usages, see waiver.
[oust] /aʊst/ verb (used with object) 1. to expel or remove from a place or position occupied: The bouncer ousted the drunk; to oust the prime minister in the next election. 2. Law. to eject or evict; dispossess. /aʊst/ verb (transitive) 1. to force out of a position or place; supplant or expel 2. (property […]
preposition See outta adverb phrase Out of •Eye dialect: We’re outta here
[out-akt] /ˌaʊtˈækt/ verb (used with object) 1. to outdo in .
[ou-tij] /ˈaʊ tɪdʒ/ noun 1. an interruption or failure in the supply of power, especially electricity. 2. the period during which power is lost: a two-hour outage on the East Coast. 3. a stoppage in the functioning of a machine or mechanism due to a failure in the supply of power or electricity. 4. the […]