dislocate


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  • verb

Synonyms for dislocate

disrupt

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Synonyms for dislocate

to alter the settled state or position of

to displace (a bone) from a socket or joint

Synonyms for dislocate

move out of position

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put out of its usual place, position, or relationship

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His condition had left him nearly housebound as walking is painful and he cannot drive a car because the movement of his leg causes his knee to dislocate.
The 20-year-old's shoulders dislocate with every sudden jolt and she has to go to hospital to have them put back in place.
Side with 'Mad Dog' Martin Allen's men and dislocate the finances of a betting-exchange foe by laying Peterborough at around 2.
THIS injury gets more common with age because the amount of force required to dislocate a shoulder decreases through life.
carnival of African Drums dislocates the church hymnals as bodies shake and stutter in unison the pulse of rhythm beats hearts into hands