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dislodgment

See definition of dislodgment on Dictionary.com
  • as indismissal
  • as inexpulsion

synonyms for dislodgment

  • adjournment
  • banishment
  • bounce
  • brush-off
  • deportation
  • deposition
  • discharge
  • displacement
  • dispossession
  • dissolution
  • door
  • end
  • eviction
  • exile
  • exorcism
  • expatriation
  • expulsion
  • freedom
  • freeing
  • housecleaning
  • layoff
  • liberation
  • notice
  • ostracism
  • ouster
  • permission
  • relegation
  • removal
  • suspension
  • cold shoulder
  • congé
  • deposal
  • kiss-off
  • marching orders
  • old heave-ho
  • pink slip
  • banishment
  • discharge
  • displacement
  • ejection
  • eviction
  • exclusion
  • ouster
  • purge
  • removal
  • suspension
  • boot
  • bounce
  • debarment
  • deportment
  • dismissal
  • dispossession
  • exile
  • expatriation
  • extrusion
  • ostracism
  • ousting
  • proscription
  • relegation
  • rush
  • driving out
  • forcing out

antonyms for dislodgment

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  • beginning
  • commencement
  • construction
  • employment
  • hiring
  • imprisonment
  • incarceration
  • start
  • welcoming
  • acceptance
  • appointment
  • retention
  • welcome
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How to use dislodgment in a sentence

They alone had had the capping triumph of crossing the earth-works and effecting the hand-to-hand dislodgment of the enemy.
THE CODE OF THE MOUNTAINSCHARLES NEVILLE BUCK
The latter exertion was particularly for the dislodgment of the ubiquitous sandflea!
THE CORNER HOUSE GIRLS UNDER CANVASGRACE BROOKS HILL
The really great dislodgment in his life had occurred long before.
THE LIFE OF WILLIAM EWART GLADSTONE, VOL. 1 (OF 3)JOHN MORLEY
The risk of dislodgment is often great and the fracture of limbs is a common accident.
THE OUTLINE OF SCIENCE, VOL. 1 (OF 4)J. ARTHUR THOMSON
For the dislodgment began under its very shadow, and had even further deepened the yawning cavern beneath its bed.
THE GOLDEN WOMANRIDGWELL CULLUM
The General then immediately ordered Colonel Carr to proceed to effect a dislodgment of the enemy.
THE BATTLE OF ATLANTAGRENVILLE M. DODGE
The Russians had not cared to leave them there over night, but the dislodgment proved difficult.
RED FLEECEWILL LEVINGTON COMFORT
These are minute weed seedlings, but yet slightly rooted, and easily treated by simple dislodgment.
MAKING A GARDEN OF PERENNIALSW. C. EGAN
With cracking of straining sinew the powerful pusher put every ounce of his wonderful strength into the effort of dislodgment.
OUR YOUNG AEROPLANE SCOUTS IN GERMANYHORACE PORTER
After giving it four or five years of close attention, I was satisfied with it, and I had no fear of dislodgment.
PHILIP DRU: ADMINISTRATOREDWARD MANDELL HOUSE
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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