What is deposed?

  • (adj): Removed from office or power.
    Example: "The deposed boatswain became Hudson's sworn enemy"

Some articles on deposed:

Black Fox (Cherokee Chief) - Deposed
... In 1808, he and another leading Lower Towns chief, The Glass (Tagwadihi), were deposed in what was called the "revolt of the young chiefs" —a faction, mostly from the Upper Towns, led by James Vann and Major ...
List Of Monarchs Who Lost Their Thrones In The 13th Century - Byzantine Empire
... Isaac II Angelus, deposed 1195, restored 1203, deposed again 1204 ... Alexius III Angelus, deposed 1203 ... Alexius IV Angelus, deposed 1204 ...
List Of Monarchs Who Lost Their Thrones In The 16th Century - Kashmir
... Deposed or abdicated 1530, restored 1540 and died 1552 ... Deposed 1579, but restored 1580 ... Deposed 1586, died 1588 ...
List Of Monarchs Who Lost Their Thrones In The 14th Century - Achaea
... Philip I of Taranto, Prince of Achaea ... Ceded Achaea to Matilda of Hainaut in 1313 ...
Agatha Of Normandy - Consolidation - Church Affairs
... Stigand and his brother, Æthelmær, the Bishop of Elmham, were deposed from their bishoprics ... Some of the native abbots were also deposed, both at the council held near Easter and at a further one near Whitsun ... Norman clergy were appointed to replace the deposed bishops and abbots, and at the end of the process, only two native English bishops remained in office, along with several continental prelates appointed ...