dislodge

  • 1 Dislodge — Dis*lodge , v. i. To go from a place of rest. [R.] [1913 Webster] Where Light and Darkness in perpetual round Lodge and dislodge by turns. Milton. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 2 Dislodge — Dis*lodge , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Dislodged}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Dislodging}.] [OF. deslogier, F. d[ e]loger; pref. des (L. dis ) + OF. logier, F. loger. See {Lodge}.] 1. To drive from a lodge or place of rest; to remove from a place of quiet or… …

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  • 3 Dislodge — Dis*lodge , n. Dwelling apart; separation. [R.] [1913 Webster] …

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  • 4 dislodge — I verb banish, carry off, cart away, cashier, cast out, deicere, delocalize, demote, depellere, deport, depose, deracinate, dethrone, detrude, disbar, discharge, disemploy, disenthrone, disestablish, dislocate, dismiss, displace, displant,… …

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  • 5 dislodge — c.1400, from O.Fr. deslogier to leave or cause to leave a lodging place; expel, drive away, from des do the opposite of (see DIS (Cf. dis )) + logier (see LODGE (Cf. lodge)). Related: Dislodged; dislodging …

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  • 6 dislodge — [v] knock loose dig out, disentangle, dislocate, displace, disturb, eject, evict, extricate, force out, oust, remove, uproot; concepts 147,213 …

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  • 7 dislodge — ► VERB ▪ remove from a fixed position. DERIVATIVES dislodgement noun …

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  • 8 dislodge — [dis läj′] vt. dislodged, dislodging [ME disloggen < OFr deslogier: see DIS & LODGE] to force from a position or place where lodged, hiding, etc.; drive out vi. to leave a lodging place dislodgment n …

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  • 9 dislodge — UK [dɪsˈlɒdʒ] / US [dɪsˈlɑdʒ] verb [transitive] Word forms dislodge : present tense I/you/we/they dislodge he/she/it dislodges present participle dislodging past tense dislodged past participle dislodged 1) to force something out of its position… …

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  • 10 dislodge — [[t]dɪ̱slɒ̱ʤ[/t]] dislodges, dislodging, dislodged 1) VERB To dislodge something means to remove it from where it was fixed or held. [V n from n] Rainfall from a tropical storm dislodged the debris from the slopes of the volcano... [V ed] In the… …

    English dictionary

  • 11 dislodge — v. (D; tr.) to dislodge from (the doctor dislodged the bone from her throat) * * * [dɪs lɒdʒ] (D; tr.) to dislodge from (the doctor dislodged the bone from her throat) …

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  • 12 dislodge — dis|lodge [ dıs ladʒ ] verb transitive 1. ) to force something out of its position or out of the position where it is fixed: Rescue crews were unable to dislodge the ice. 2. ) to force someone out of a position of power: a failed attempt to… …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 13 dislodge — verb 1) replace any stones you dislodge Syn: displace, knock out of place/position, move, shift; knock over, upset 2) economic sanctions failed to dislodge the dictator Syn: remove, force out, drive out, oust, eject …

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  • 14 dislodge — dislodgment; esp. Brit., dislodgement, n. /dis loj /, v., dislodged, dislodging. v.t. 1. to remove or force out of a particular place: to dislodge a stone with one s foot. 2. to drive out of a hiding place, a military position, etc. v.i. 3. to go …

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  • 15 dislodge — verb a) To remove or force out from a position or dwelling previously occupied. Yet I hoped by grouting at the earth below it to be able to dislodge the stone at the side; but while I was considering how best to begin, the candle flickered, the… …

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  • 16 dislodge — dis|lodge [dısˈlɔdʒ US ˈla:dʒ] v [T] 1.) to force or knock something out of its position ▪ Ian dislodged a few stones as he climbed up the rock. 2.) to make someone leave a place or lose a position of power ▪ the revolution that failed to… …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 17 dislodge — verb (T) 1 to force or knock something out of its position: Ian dislodged a few stones as he climbed up the rock. 2 to make someone leave a place or lose a position of power: the revolution that failed to dislodge the British in 1919 compare… …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 18 dislodge — verb Etymology: Middle English disloggen, from Anglo French *desloger, from des dis + loger to find lodging for, encamp, from loge shelter more at lodge Date: 15th century transitive verb 1. to drive from a position of hiding …

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  • 19 dislodge — Synonyms and related words: break loose, break out, buck off, carry away, carry off, cart away, clear, cut loose, delocalize, depose, deracinate, disembarrass, disembroil, disengage, disentangle, disinvolve, dismount, displace, dispossess, evict …

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  • 20 dislodge — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. t. displace, topple; expel, evict, drive out. See ejection, displacement. II (Roget s IV) v. Syn. eject, uproot, displace, knock loose; see oust , remove 1 …

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