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to take the place of (another) against the other's will

to substitute for or fill the place of

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Him long of old Thou didst debel, and down from Heaven cast With all his army; now thou hast avenged Supplanted Adam, and, by vanquishing Temptation, hast regained lost Paradise, And frustrated the conquest fraudulent.
In the heart of Haita the illusions of youth had not been supplanted by those of age and experience.
Her ladyship stands immovable; determined to see the woman who has supplanted her.
It is true that his nature was extremely conservative; that after a brief period of youthful free thinking he was fanatically loyal to the national Church and to the king (though theoretically he was a Jacobite, a supporter of the supplanted Stuarts as against the reigning House of Hanover); and that in conversation he was likely to roar down or scowl down all innovators and their defenders or silence them with such observations as, 'Sir, I perceive you are a vile Whig.
He was sitting at vespers on the Capitoline Hill in Rome, the center of ancient Roman greatness, and the barefooted Catholic friars were singing the service of the hour in the shabby church which has long since supplanted the Roman Capitol.
THE arrival of a new colonel is the lynch-pin of the drama that follows in James Kennaway's story of a Scots battalion threatened with being torn apart by old rivalries, new loyalties and a wild card in the form of the commanding officer who has been supplanted.
She was drawn into violence, and even experienced love--all the while internalizing her male identity so thoroughly it effectively supplanted her natural gender.
His story spans the Great Depression, World War II, and a successful career during the twentieth century; he witnessed firsthand medicine's great transformations as pre-war technology became supplanted by post-war technology.
Supplanted in 1969 by new Peterbilts, it was put to work hauling chickens.
Traditionally, the basin has been used for pastoral farming, but more recently, as the alpine region has grown in popularity, large rural landholdings have been subdivided and sold and farm buildings supplanted by individual houses.
In a later conversation with REW, Zoukis said that industry likely would be supplanted by the introduction of German REITs, called G-REITs, which have been long stalled because of Germany's hesitancy to approve its tax sheltering features.
However, for a sensation of ancient glory recaptured, you must climb one story to the 500-seat Margrit Biever Mondavi Theatre, in which plush seats have replaced the original wooden benches, and plaster has supplanted the brick walls of yore.
Keynesian economic ideas have been supplanted by monetarism and people are now obsessed with borrowing, interest rates and inflation.
In 1972, HC-2's UH-2s were supplanted by 20 SH-3G Sea Kings.
The department just supplanted the original funds with the grant funds.