dislocate


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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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The dislocated are so because something negative has happened to them; you do not freely dislocate yourself, any more than you would choose to dislocate your shoulder.
Fed-up Lauren Balmain-Davies gave body popping a whole new meaning when virtually every one of her joints would dislocate up to 17 times a day.
However, over time, the joint can become increasingly damaged and the surrounding tissues stretched, making it easier for the kneecap to dislocate.
A YOUNG man has spoken about suffering with a "nightmare" syndrome that causes his jaw to dislocate when he eats.
"The surgery is scheduled for the 21st, and I'll be staying here till then and for about a month later to recover before flying home." Melanie suffers from a severe and rare form of Ehlers-Danlos syndrome (EDS) which causes all her joints to dislocate - especially those in her spine and neck.
The younger you are when you dislocate your shoulder, the more likely it is to recur.