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    supplant - Dictionary definition and meaning for word supplant

    (verb) take the place or move into the position of
    Example Sentence
    • Smith replaced Miller as CEO after Miller left
    • the computer has supplanted the slide rule
    • Mary replaced Susan as the team's captain and the highest-ranked player in the school
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Sounds like: sub + plant....i.e substitute + plant... <br>...so it is taking the place of the other plant or superseding it. Root out one plant and grow another.

SUPer PLANT---Due to advances in agriculture, govt. is replacing all plants with SUPer PLANTs.

supplant sounds like implants.. and implant takes the place of originality!!

The restaurant SoUPPLANTATION is constantly SUPPLANTING its patrons with new ones throughout the day.

o this one is easy- SUPPLY ANT as a substitute for parents in case they are not available. {The ANT brainwashes the kids into thinking she is the real parent} meaning of supplant: take the place of in a <b>scheming</b> manner

supplant == SUPpress + PlANTation and start construction there mean u have replace smthing unfairly


SUPPLE-ANT.. the Old, senile ruler of the ANT colony was replaced by a younger, SUPPLE bodied ANT.

sounds Supplement >>> In gym's we take supplements in order to make over t deficient nutrients in t body... hence daily food is REPLACED with an option of supplement food..

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