Synonyms for Dispossess:

n.

confiscate, disinherit, encroach, impound, repossess, requisition, seize, steal, strip, go off with. dislodge, dismiss, expel, oust. deprive, give, rob. dispossess (noun)
deprive, dislodge, divest, expel, oust, rob, strip.

v.

deprive (verb)
expel, oust.
lose (verb)
debit, decrease, decrement, deplete, dissipate, dissolve, divest, drop, erode, exhaust, forfeit, lose, misplace, shrink.

Other synonyms:

disinherit, dismiss. deprive. rob. strip. eject
oust.
lose
lose.
Other relevant words:
deprive, disinherit, dislodge, dismiss, expel, oust, rob, strip.

Usage examples for dispossess

  1. It seems unlikely that it can be derived from the British owners of wealth and property whom the Socialists are openly out to dispossess the only body of financiers which can therefore be suspected of contributing towards this end is the body known as " International Finance," which is mainly, though not exclusively, Jewish. – Secret Societies And Subversive Movements by Nesta H. Webster
  2. If he had known her first, he reflected, he should doubtless have made an attempt to dispossess her court; but the warm magnetic influence of Nina Randolph held him, strengthened by her demand upon his sympathy. – A Daughter of the Vine by Gertrude Franklin Horn Atherton
  3. " Believe me, that I will in every way help to dispossess your mind of the remorse now weighing upon you, as far as it shall be within my power to do so. – The Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith by George Meredith