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adjective as in disturbed

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Our waiting rooms have swollen with patients over the last few months as clinics closer to Texas overflow with displaced Texans seeking care.

From Time

Hi Quartz Africa readers,Hi Quartz Africa readers,More than 85% of displaced persons globally are hosted in developing countries.

From Quartz

The information helps emergency managers to develop recovery strategies, assess damage, rebuild damaged properties and allow displaced residents to see images of their neighborhoods.

Ahrar, who runs a non-profit that works with vulnerable and displaced women and children in Afghanistan, says she has six staff members in the country.

From Time

Shea plans to expand Conversations Unbound into the curriculum of new universities — and, in turn, help more displaced people earn a livelihood.

From Ozy

“We are just displaced, but we are still in positions to attack wherever we want,” said Jihad Yar Wazir.

She is an internally displaced woman who fled her home in Gbatala Bong County due to the high deaths from the Ebola outbreak.

The aid—mainly food and medical equipment—is meant for Syrians displaced from their hometowns, and for hungry civilians.

But for the majority of the American public, the panic seems displaced.

Now that he and his family are displaced and the risks have escalated he wants to leave.

But the balanced forces once displaced would be seen constantly to come to an equilibrium at a new point.

There was no confusion, and already the hired men were busy with two great machines until Winston displaced two of them.

He was a married man and his wife was still living at the time when he was displaced.

Already, in England, a good fourth of the population had been displaced; and what were these displaced populations to do?

A committee appointed by Connecticut displaced the bound at the southwest corner of Warwick.


On this page you'll find 15 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to displaced, such as: deranged, luxated, removed, uprooted, and ectopic.

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