displacement[ dis-pleys-muh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF displacement
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISPLACEMENT
She was a cruiser built in 1907 and having a displacement of 3,544 tons.
The displacement of these German fighting ships was 18,600 tons.
I was troubled with displacement of the womb and other female weakness.
Its recent activity has caused some displacement of the sea bottom.
It affects any sort of displacement and any kind of congestion.
Now, we say that a composite object changes by the displacement of its parts.
Morren spoke of this displacement of the floral organs as "speiranthie."
Displacement can not be remedied, and reduction is next to impossible.
In other cases there is a tendency to recurrence of the displacement.
But the harm is not all done by the displacement of the organs mentioned.