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OUSEL, noun oo'zl. The blackbird, a species of the genus Turdus.

OUST, verb transitive [I take this to be our vulgar oost, used in the sense of lift. The usual signification then will be that of the Latin tollo, sustuli.]

1. To take away; to remove.

Multiplications of actions upon the case were rare formerly, and thereby wager of law ousted.

2. To eject; to disseize.

Afterward the lessor, reversioner or remainder-man or any stranger doth eject or oust the lessee of his term.