Synonyms of dispossess in English:

dispossess


See definition of dispossess

verb

1‘the peasants have been dispossessed of their land’

SYNONYMS
divest, strip, rob, cheat out of, do out of, deprive, relieve, bereave
informal diddle out of
archaic reave

2‘the rebels appear to have dispossessed the aristocrats’

SYNONYMS
dislodge, oust, eject, expel, drive out, evict, turn out, cast out, throw out, throw someone out on their ear, put out in the street, show someone the door
banish, exile
informal chuck out, kick out, boot out, heave out, bounce, defenestrate
British informal turf out
North American informal give someone the bum's rush
dated out