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noun as in eviction

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Then the officer presses on it, dislodging a chain lock, and the door swings open.

Komarov did everything he could, including kicking the wall of the spacecraft, to dislodge it.

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Efforts in Europe to disrupt and dislodge Google from its dominant market share position have effectively failed.

That fast spinning also means it’s likely to eject material once in a while, with chunks or rock and other regolith dislodging and being flung into space.

We are also finding that once these companies get embedded, they are very difficult to dislodge.

The French officer entreated permission of his general to attempt the dislodgement of the enemy.

It is perhaps humiliating to confess that his dislodgement, when it came, was not at our hands.

Then ensued a rift and a slide of shale, and here he thought he observed indications of recent dislodgement.

It should allow of the easy and safe dislodgement of the bees from the hive.


On this page you'll find 22 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to dislodgement, such as: dispossession, ejection, expulsion, ouster, removal, and boot.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.