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Adjective
Out of place, or having been moved
“This is because a displaced item has the power of evoking images and associations of its home surroundings.”
Adjective
Tending to move or travel from place to place
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Without a nation, not belonging to any nation
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Having been transported or conveyed to a different place or location
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Lacking a coherent sequence or connection
Adjective
Relieved of responsibility
Adjective
Misaligned
Adjective
No longer present
Adjective
Lacking in order or neatness
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Adjective
Experienced in the imagination through the feelings or actions of another person
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To have removed from a particular place
Verb
To have been unable to find something or someone
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To have substituted or replaced
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Past tense for to put or move into a new position
“These findings suggest that placing a patient in the modified Trendelenburg position can effectively displace blood from the lower extremities into the central circulation to improve hemodynamics.”
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Past tense for to undo the arrangement of
“Mighty winds would displace concealing sands.”
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Past tense for to remove from a position of responsibility
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“These events, and secret negotiations, threatened to displace the king as head of the Church.”
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Past tense for to take over the place, position, or role of
“The Duke of York in 1460 presented to Parliament his claim, not to succeed Henry VI, but to actually displace him as King.”
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Past tense for to expel, force out or send away
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“They were forced to displace the peoples of the valley in order to take firm control of their new homeland.”
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Past tense for to transport from one place to another, such as by a vehicle or vessel
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Past tense for to place or transport in one's mind, usually in reference to one's feelings, emotions or insecurities
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Past tense for to move or relocate to a different place (of residence or work)
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Past tense for to appropriate or lay claim to something for oneself without right
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Past tense for to remove people from a place
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Past tense for to fluctuate from one condition, form, level or state to another
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