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Supplant, to displace, to remove, to make away with: “you did s. your brother Prospero,” Tp. II, 1, 271. “I will s. some of your teeth,” III, 2, 56 (Stephano's speech). “you three from Milan did s. good Prospero,” III, 3, 70. “we must s. those rough rug-headed kerns,” R2 II, 1, 156. “which fear if better reasons can s.” H6B III, 1, 37. “lest the people . . . s. you for ingratitude,” Tit. I, 447.
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