Definition of supercede
1. supersede [ v ] take the place or move into the position of
Examples: "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"
(The Christian Science Monitor,...)
The dark pigments of the early work were superseded by a brighter palette .
(Anita Loos, No Mother to Guide Her....)
A dreadful fear entered my consciousness that perhaps he had entertained aspirations toward Viola 's favors - or , even more serious perhaps , that he had attained a share of them and had then been superseded by some luckier chap .Synonyms replace supersede supplant supervene_upon Related Terms succeed assume substitute oust replace replace substitute replacement surrogate supplanting supersedure usurper
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