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dislodge definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to get rid of or force out from a situation or dwelling previously occupied.
    • to push from a lodge or host to remainder; to remove from someplace of quiet or repose.
    • to get rid of or force out from a situation or home formerly occupied.
    • to push from a place of concealing or defense.
    • to push from a lodge or host to rest; to remove from somewhere of quiet or repose.
    • To drive out from someplace of hiding or security.
    • To remove or force-out from a position or home formerly occupied.
    • To drive from a lodge or place of sleep; to eliminate from a spot of quiet or repose.
    • To drive from a location of hiding or protection.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • to maneuver or go from a dwelling or former position.
    • to go or get from a dwelling or former place.
    • To go from someplace of remainder.
    • To go from somewhere of rest.
    • to go or get from a dwelling or previous position.
    • going from a spot of rest.
  • verb:
    • to get rid of or force out from a position or home formerly occupied.
    • to go or go from a dwelling or previous place.
    • To force away from a protected or settled position.
    • To remove or force-out from a situation or home previously occupied.
    • To move or get from a dwelling or previous position.
    • to make off a secure or settled position.
    • change location or direction
    • remove or force-out from a position
    • remove or force from a posture of home formerly occupied
    • change location or course
    • remove or force out from a situation
    • eliminate or force from a position of home previously occupied
    • to get rid of or force-out from a posture or dwelling previously occupied.
    • To move or get from a dwelling or former place.
    • To force off a secure or settled position.
    • alter place or direction
    • remove or force-out from a posture
    • eliminate or force from a situation of home formerly occupied
  • noun:
    • Dwelling aside; separation.
    • home apart; split.
    • Dwelling aside; separation.
  • others:
    • to get rid of or drive from a lodgment or resting-place; displace from a standard or a chosen place or habitation: as, to dislodge a stone from a cliff; to dislodge an army or even the occupants of a house.
    • going from a place of lodgment, abode, or rest.
    • to get rid of or drive from a lodgment or resting-place; displace from a normal or a chosen place or habitation: because, to dislodge a stone from a cliff; to dislodge an army and/or occupants of a home.
    • To go from someplace of lodgment, abode, or sleep.
    • to eliminate or drive from a lodgment or resting-place; displace from an ordinary or a chosen place or habitation: since, to dislodge a stone from a cliff; to dislodge an army and/or occupants of a property.
    • going from a location of lodgment, abode, or rest.
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