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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 two men dragged her by the arm and forced her back into her car, dislocating her shoulder in the process, claimed the woman.
TIMMY MURPHY was last night unclear about how long he could expect to be sidelined after dislocating a shoulder at Newton Abbot.
The 29-year-old Denmark international was in line to make his long awaited bow after dislocating a shoulder in September but a frozen pitch at Hyde put paid to his hopes.
He missed most of last season with torn ligaments in his knee and redshirted as a freshman after having surgery to repair a dislocating right shoulder.
My kneecap was dislocating now and then, and the ligaments were over-stretched in the backs of my knees.
Jonas has written that, in approaching space as a medium, she looks for "ways of dislocating it, attenuating it, flattening it, turning it inside out, always attempting to explore it without ever giving to myself or to others the permission to penetrate it.
Charvis missed the defeat against Ireland after dislocating his finger.
WALES hooker Keiron Cunningham feared for his career after dislocating his elbow playing for Great Britain in November.
It started with pains in her legs at 11 but by 15 her joints began dislocating.
JAMIE CARRAGHER is facing a lengthy spell on the sidelines after dislocating his shoulder in yesterday's defeat at White Hart Lane.
In the ensuing struggle the robber forced his victim's arm behind his back, dislocating his shoulder, and punched him in the back of the head.