Definition of Dislodgment

1. Noun. Forced removal from a position of advantage.

Exact synonyms: Dislodgement
Generic synonyms: Remotion, Removal
Derivative terms: Dislodge



Definition of Dislodgment

1. n. The act or process of dislodging, or the state of being dislodged.

Definition of Dislodgment

1. Noun. (alternative form of dislodgement) ¹

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Definition of Dislodgment

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dislodgment

dislocating
dislocatio
dislocatio erecta
dislocation
dislocation fracture
dislocation of articular processes
dislocations
dislodge
dislodgeable
dislodged
dislodgement
dislodgements
dislodges
dislodging
dislodgment (current term)
dislodgments
dislogistic
disloign
disloigns
disloyal
disloyally
disloyalness
disloyalties
disloyalty
dismail
dismal
dismal science
dismaler
dismalest

Literary usage of Dislodgment

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1. The Institutes of Medicine by Martyn Paine (1862)
"... and the hope may be the» fore entertained that the worst of it has passed (§ 1008). when he attempted the dislodgment of intermittent fever from ал ..."

2. A Practical Treatise Upon Warming Buildings by Hot Water and Upon Heat and by Charles Hood, Frederick Dye (1894)
"Accumulation and dislodgment—Air pipes and cocks— Stoppage of air vents. ... This is the dislodgment of air from the pipes, a collection of air at some ..."

3. The Homoeopathic domestic medicine by Joseph Laurie (1883)
"... is the irritating source of all the mischief—the dislodgment and expulsion of the intruder may generally be effected by the administration of two grains ..."

4. Horses and Hounds: A Practical Treatise on Their Management by K. W. Horlock, John Solomon Rarey (1862)
"... whipper-in of even more consequence than a first-rate huntsman—Scene in a lady's drawing room—B«fuge in the chimney, and successful dislodgment. ..."

5. Man's Position in the Universe: A Rough Survey by William Sedgwick (1902)
"Now, in this view the assumption is made that the act of taking off pressure effects a dislodgment of energy of Attraction, and the act of putting on ..."

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