supplant

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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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Thus, with dull and dumpy MPVs a spent trend, and their sports utility supplanters heading towards sales saturation, the Cee'd SW is poised to make Kia a killing.
& the Santa Supplanters, Sweet Papa Low Down and the Edison Elementary School Choir.
He denounces machines in Carlylean rhetoric as "supplanters, bugbears, manufacturing monsters for mutual murder" (15.1393-94).
Rather than fleeing to the continent, many like O Riain chose to remain in Ireland, hoping to frustrate their supplanters. Living the lives of political bandits--harassing British troops, robbing Protestant planters and landlords, and aiding the Irish poor--these men were outlawed and termed "rapparees" and "tories" (1) by Crown authorities.
As a conscious continuation of Lombard history this text is not anti-Lombard; indeed Charles and Pippin are seen more as successors to than supplanters of Lombard rule.