From dis- + throne + -ize.
disthronize (third-person singular simple present disthronizes, present participle disthronizing, simple past and past participle disthronized)
- (archaic, rare) To remove from the throne, to dethrone.
- 1590, Edmund Spenser, The Faerie Queene, II.x:
- Deposed was from Princedome soueraine, / And pitteous Elidure put in his sted; / Who shortly it to him restord againe, / Till by his death he it recouered; / But Peridure and Vigent him disthronized.