Definition of unthrone in English:

unthrone

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Pronunciation: /ʌnˈθrəʊn
 
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verb

archaic term for dethrone.
More example sentences
  • He plays one king unthroned by hauteur and another unthroned by complacency
  • As the Puritan's would say, ‘By his own tyranny, the king unthrones himself.’
  • Washington was so glorified in his time that even history cannot unthrone him.

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