One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘the President was overthrown in a bloodless coup’
remove, remove from office, remove from power, bring down, bring about the downfall of, topple, bring low, undo, depose, oust, displace, supplant, unseat, subvert, dethrone, disestablish, dissolve
2‘a deliberate attempt to overthrow the established order’
put an end to, defeat, conquer, displace, break up, subvert, annihilate, dissolve
1‘the overthrow of King Richard’
removal, removal from office, removal from power, downfall, fall, collapse, toppling, undoing, deposition, ousting, displacement, supplanting, unseating, subversion, dethronement, disestablishment, dissolution
2‘their aim was the overthrow of capitalism’
ending, defeat, displacement, fall, rout, collapse, downfall, demise, break-up, subversion, annihilation, dissolution
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