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Synonyms for replace

take the place of

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put back

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Synonyms for replace

to put (someone) in the possession of a prior position or office

to substitute for or fill the place of

Synonyms for replace

substitute a person or thing for (another that is broken or inefficient or lost or no longer working or yielding what is expected)

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Whilst all this was happening in the capital of Schahzaman the two genii had carefully borne the Princess of China back to her own palace and replaced her in bed.
Delighted with his discovery he left the cave, replaced the slab, and having finished cutting down the tree waited for the gardener's return.
Soon one of the plates, furnished with a complete slice of mutton and two potatoes, was handed up to the presiding gentleman, who quietly replaced the slice on the joint, and the potatoes in the dish.
He had formerly observed with approbation her capacity for worshipping the right object; he now foresaw with sudden terror that this capacity might be replaced by presumption, this worship by the most exasperating of all criticism,--that which sees vaguely a great many fine ends, and has not the least notion what it costs to reach them.
The wall replaced, Tarzan turned to the shaft, which was some fifteen feet wide at this point.
Above him shone the starry sky, and before him a steep incline replaced the steps that had terminated at its foot.
Then he replaced the code-book in the safe, which he carefully locked, and strolled towards the window.
But the axe slipped so often and cut off parts of him--which he had replaced with tin--that finally there was no flesh left, nothing but tin; so he became a real tin woodman.
Being a sensible man, he bowed to the public will and replaced the offending comedy by "As you like it"; and for many weeks he realized fabulous profits.
First, during the ceremonies on Good Friday, the day when Christ was crucified, the cross which stood all the year above the altar, bearing the Savior's figure, was taken down and laid beneath the altar, a dramatic symbol of the Death and Burial; and two days later, on 'the third day' of the Bible phraseology, that is on Easter Sunday, as the story of the Resurrection was chanted by the choir, the cross was uncovered and replaced, amid the rejoicings of the congregation.
By this time the people had ceased to be patient with the unintelligible Latin, and it was replaced at first, perhaps, and in part, by French, but finally by English; though probably verse was always retained as more appropriate than prose to the sacred subjects.
In England by the end of the fifteenth century they had been for the most part replaced by a kindred species which had long been growing up beside them, namely the Morality Plays.
Addressing a press conference here, the IEC Chairman Fazl Ahmad Manawi said that the new candidates had won more votes than those who will be replaced.
In which job did Daniel replace Pierce who replaced Timothy who replaced Roger who replaced George who replaced Sean?
Also withdrawing for health or family reasons were conductor James Levine (replaced by John Keenan), soprano Hei-Kyung Hong (Eva, replaced by Twyla Robinson), baritone James Morris (Hans Sachs, replaced by James Johnson), baritone Thomas Allen (Sixtus Beckmesser, replaced by Hans-Joachim Ketelsen), bass-baritone Evgeny Nikitin (Veit Pogner, replaced by Johann Tilli) and bass Kevin Glavin (Hans Foltz, replaced by local singer Kenneth Shaw).