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Definition of "dislodging" [dislodging]

  • Present participle of dislodge. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "dislodging" in a sentence
  • ""in dislodging the tyrant and proclaiming his dethronement before the National Assembly.""
  • "The territories alloted to Servia were already occupied by her troops when resistance broke forth, and the idea of dislodging them had to be abandoned; but Montenegro was unable to obtain possession of her share, the rich districts of Gusinie and"
  • "Count Ville-Handry's accent was so firm as he said this, that one would have sworn the idea of dislodging Henrietta had sprung from his own brains."
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