verb (used with object)
to take the place of (another), as through force, scheming, strategy, or the like.
to replace (one thing) by something else.
(transitive) to take the place of, often by trickery or force: he easily supplanted his rival
adjective, suppler, supplest. 1. bending readily without breaking or becoming deformed; pliant; flexible: a supple bough. 2. characterized by ease in bending; limber; lithe: supple movements. 3. characterized by ease, responsiveness, and adaptability in mental action. 4. compliant or yielding. 5. obsequious; servile. verb (used with or without object), suppled, suppling. 6. to make or […]
noun 1. a strong, pliant cane or walking stick. 2. any of various climbing shrubs with strong stems suitable for making walking sticks. noun 1. a North American twining rhamnaceous woody vine, Berchemia scandens, that has greenish-white flowers and purple fruits 2. a liliaceous plant of New Zealand, Ripogonum scandens, having tough climbing vines 3. […]
adverb 1. supply2 .
noun 1. something added to complete a thing, supply a deficiency, or reinforce or extend a whole. 2. a part added to a book, document, etc., to supply additional or later information, correct errors, or the like. 3. a part, usually of special character, issued as an additional feature of a newspaper or other periodical. […]