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Synonyms for dislodge

Synonyms for dislodge

remove or force out from a position

change place or direction

remove or force from a position of dwelling previously occupied

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In the event of shoulder dystocia, the doctor can support the head of the baby and apply a small amount of traction during the dislodging maneuvers.
Some V6-equipped vehicles have experienced oil leakage caused by the dislodging of the camshaft end plugs.
FREED Motherwell keeper Michael Brown reckons it was a dream to spend a year as Andy Goram's understudy - although it turned into a nightmare as there was no chance of dislodging his hero.
On each end of a Brushpick you'll find six soft bristles designed to massage and stimulate gums and remove plaque while you're dislodging food particles.
As a military engineer, he designed an aqualung, pumps for getting water into siege towers, efficient ways to pour boiling oil on enemy troops, and techniques for dislodging attack ladders from castle walls.
He said that the Federal government has played an unprecedented role by not supporting any un-constitutional move for dislodging his elected government.
Summary: The Conservatives have stormed to victory in Kingswood, dislodging a Labour MP who had held on to the seat for 18 years.
THE last few days has brought a flurry of insults and barbed comments to Boris Johnson about the dislodging of Sir Ian Blair.
Kris just jumped in, moved me out the way and got to work dislodging the grape.
1 slot, with the intention of dislodging him from that position.
Once expanded, the stent presses against the artery wall and covers the plaque to prevent particles from dislodging and potentially occluding blood vessels, which can cause a stroke.