Dislodge [verb]

Definition of Dislodge:

knock loose

Synonyms of Dislodge:

Opposite/Antonyms of Dislodge:



Take in


Sentence/Example of Dislodge:

Ahead of that low, winds from the south would tend to try to dislodge the cold that will have entered the region Saturday.

Rivers isn’t worthy of enshrinement in Canton, and voting him in would dislodge the bar quarterbacks in the modern era must clear to become Hall of Famers.

The Capitol riot and tech firms' sweeping attempt in its wake to dislodge the online far right are kicking up efforts to have the courts settle knotty questions about online speech and power.

It looks promising, but I worry slightly that the socket itself will get caught on the edge of a pocket and dislodge itself.

Remove the sides of the pan from the cake, running a knife around the edge again to dislodge it, if necessary.

Macdonald attempted, by a combined frontal attack and a turning movement, to dislodge them.

During the next and following days French counter-attacks failed to dislodge the enemy.

Still, thinking it would be an easy matter to dislodge the patriots, they joyfully prepared for the battle.

He also informed me that their object that day had been to dislodge us.

But Tharn only tightened his hold, waiting grimly as the efforts to dislodge him became increasingly weaker.