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Rolled-up socks and laundry baskets have replaced balls and nets.

The team is coming off a 4-12 season and has hired Nick Caserio as its general manger and David Culley as its coach to replace Bill O’Brien, who was fired from both roles in October.

If you don’t love it, weigh the cost of replacing it against starting over.

One way to practice this, she said, is by creating new hope to replace the hope you’ve lost.

Riders of Metro’s Blue Line will need to seek alternatives starting Saturday as the transit agency shuts the line down for three months to replace platforms at two stations.

He also wants to “replace every existing organism with a better one.”

But this year, instead of simply voting against Boehner on Tuesday, at least two members of the group are vying to replace him.

It has grown from a rotten root—striving to replace human judgment with detailed dictates.

Because this food source could abruptly disappear at any time, cutworm moths cannot be counted on to replace pine nuts.

But Klein offers nothing specific to replace that structurelessness.

When cool, replace the acid with water, and examine for hemin crystals with two-thirds and one-sixth objectives.

New and feverish desires for luxuries replace each older want as satisfied.

Extra howitzers will be most useful to replace pieces damaged by enemy batteries on the Asiatic side of the Dardanelles.

Another would replace him, and there is little to choose among the men that garrison Condillac.

The old servant now and again crept in on soundless feet to replace with a freshly heated bottle of sak the one grown cold.

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On this page you'll find 98 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to replace, such as: change, follow, oust, recover, reinstate, and restore.

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

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