Dislodge and Place


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Dislodge verb – Remove or force from a position of dwelling previously occupied.
Place is an antonym for dislodge.
Nearby Word: dislodging
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Place verb – To arrange something in a certain spot or position.
Usage example: he carefully placed the flowers in a vase

Dislodge is an antonym for place in topics: order, locate, identify.
Nearby Words: placed, placement, placing, placer, placet
Antonyms for Place
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Common collocations

people dislodge people place people
chip dislodge chip place chip
brain dislodge brain place brain

Both words in one sentence

  • It takes Hivers a long time to conquer something, but they're nigh impossible to dislodge from any place they've already taken.
  • The Computer Is a Cheating Bastard For example: Should you take third place from the AI driver who typically came in third, he would become a super driver fueled by rage; he would gain speed, cut corners, ram your truck mercilessly, and pretty much suddenly become the Uberdriver in his efforts to dislodge you from third place.
  • Shielded Core Boss In Sonic 3 & Knuckles, Robotnik pilots a large stone golem as the boss of Sandopolis Zone Act 2; although it only takes one hit to dislodge the armor and expose Robotnik to a strike, the armor quickly snaps back into place, resulting in a limited opportunity to strike.
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