dislodge

[ dis-loj ]SEE DEFINITION OF dislodge

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISLODGE

He sprang to the rock, and exerted his utmost strength to dislodge it.

To advance further, it was necessary to dislodge the enemy from the ridge.

A statesman who shakes the fruit trees of his neighbors —to dislodge the worms.

So he gave the meal-barrel a kick with his foot to dislodge the monkey.

But it was so small, in proportion, and so slippery with blood, that he was unable to dislodge it.

He put himself in the doorway, and looked an obstacle difficult to dislodge.

Capt. Butler determined to dislodge them and burn the house.

In order to dislodge the proprietor he adopts the following plan.

It is allowable to dislodge the enemy's spear by throwing your own over it.

Meanwhile the Jovian fleet will have landed and your efforts will be in vain to dislodge them.

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