Definition of oust:
rout, cast out, buck off, defect, foment, chase, boot, expropriate, bundle off, bounce, dismiss, bump, advance, unthrone, give the gate, throw out, discard, extrude, bounce, send to Coventry, study at eject, wash out, show someone the door, toss out, unmake, cast away, dispossess, chuck, distrain, chase out, unseat, destabilize, agitate, displace, pack off, turf, discharge, exhaust, force out, send packing, kick out, expel, chuck out, toss away, dislodge, boot out, defrock, send packing, drum, dethrone, deprive, rout out, turn out, disinherit, drum out, demonstrate, uncrown, dispose, bring down, show the door, drive out, depose, keep, divest, release, run off, turf out, cast aside, toss, sack, give someone the boot, fling, throw away, extrude, put away, out.
exclude (part of speech: verb)
- seclude (part of speech: verb)
She stood a few steps above him; her little candle, flashing its rays into the darkness of the upper and lower halls, made walls and balustrades seem vast by its flickering impotence to oust the darkness.- "A Dozen Ways Of Love", Lily Dougall.
- "A Midsummer Drive Through The Pyrenees", Edwin Asa Dix.
- "Modeste Mignon", Honore de Balzac.