displant definition

  • verb:
    • to eliminate anything from in which it is often planted or placed; to push one from's house.
    • to get rid of such a thing from in which it has been grown or placed; to push one from's home.
    • to eliminate any such thing from where it has been grown or put; to push one from's residence.
  • verb-transitive:
    • to get rid of (what exactly is grown or fixed); to unsettle and remove; to displace; to root out.
    • To strip of something grown or satisfied.
    • To remove (understanding grown or fixed); to unsettle and eliminate; to restore; to root down.
    • To remove of understanding planted or settled.
    • to get rid of (understanding planted or fixed); to unsettle and remove; to displace; to root completely.
    • To remove of something grown or satisfied.
  • others:
    • To pluck up; dislodge from a situation to be grown, satisfied, or fixed.
    • To remove of what is grown, satisfied, or founded: as, to displant a country of inhabitants.
    • To pluck up; dislodge from circumstances to be grown, settled, or fixed.
    • To remove of what is planted, satisfied, or founded: as, to displant a country of inhabitants.
    • To pluck up; dislodge from a situation to be grown, settled, or fixed.
    • To remove of what is planted, settled, or set up: as, to displant a country of inhabitants.

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