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adjective as in returned to the same place

adjective as in having another in one's place

adjective as in having another in its place

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Ellison says that roughly two-thirds of revenue comes from things customers have no choice but to address, such as replacing a broken heater or appliance, or fixing a leak, so the bulk of the business is stable.

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The magic in the right arm of quarterback Kyler Murray was replaced by discomfort in his throwing shoulder.

After parting ways with coach Billy Donovan and replacing him with first-timer Mark Daigneault, Oklahoma City has also reportedly agreed to trade Dennis Schroder, one of the league’s leading sixth men, to the Los Angeles Lakers.

The Blue Angels have replaced the Hornet, a jack-of-all-trades workhorse, with the newer and bigger Super Hornet.

There she met Reid, the actress who replaced her on the show, for the first time.

Riots broke out in 1994, after Iranian authorities replaced a Sunni mosque in Mashad with a development project.

The legal jungle must be bulldozed, and replaced by radically simpler framework of goals and principles.

The “smile through tears” had replaced the previous mindset that laughing was for the poor.

The prize will not be replaced if lost, mutilated, or stolen.

Why has Michael Bloomberg replaced his longtime lieutenant with the editor-in-chief of The Economist?

Aristide replaced the baby, and with a complicated arrangement of string fastened it securely to the seat.

The girl smiled, and drew out a large key, and nodded, still smiling as she replaced it.

It was destroyed in the fire, but has been replaced, and few could tell the present bust is not the original one.

And, running rapidly into the room, he replaced the light on the table, so that they were full in view.

When the orange-and-red banner was actually replaced by the Stars and Stripes, many in the crowd shed tears.


On this page you'll find 25 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to replaced, such as: null, recovered, regained, reinstated, reintegrated, and null.

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