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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.”
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Wandering from place to place, having no settled home
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Transported
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Without a nation, not belonging to any nation
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Lacking a coherent sequence or connection
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Denoting or relating to a person living outside their native country
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Relieved of responsibility
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Misaligned
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No longer present
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Lacking in order or neatness
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Experienced in the imagination through the feelings or actions of another person
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To have removed from a particular place
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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 into a new position
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“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
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Past tense for remove from position of responsibility
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“Even Yeltsin's drive to create a Russian presidency in 1991 envisioned using the new office not to displace the Soviet president but to force Gorbachev to follow his lead.”
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Past tense for take over the place, position, or role of
“Inevitably another country, another national super-brand will displace Britain in the imaginations of the migrants and the flow will be diverted.”
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Past tense for to expel, force out or send away
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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 bat in place of another player
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Past tense for to cause to be empty or vacant
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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 fluctuate from one condition, form, level or state to another
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