dislodge

Part of speech: noun

DISLODGMENT.

Part of speech: verb

To drive out; eject; displace.

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Usage examples "dislodge":

  1. Foiled in her efforts to dislodge them, she would not yield without an attempt at making Mabel, at least, as uncomfortable in mind as possible. - "'Lena Rivers", Mary J. Holmes.
  2. It has established their predominance and provided a security against any serious attempt to dislodge them. - "Impressions of South Africa", James Bryce.
  3. All the efforts of the assembled swallows to dislodge the usurper were, however, unsuccessful. - "A Hundred Anecdotes of Animals", Percy J. Billinghurst.