- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of dislodge.
“dislodges" everything on the inside, the next one causes contractions and expelling of all the tissue.”
“He dislodges things from their context and, from the outset, relies on his profundity to illuminate their meaning.”
“Each time a rabbit knocks over or dislodges a bar on a hurdle, it gets a time penalty.”
“The Feminine Journey begins with a shattering of the ordinary world, which dislodges our protagonist from her safe and familiar world.”
“Mariah magically dislodges a high pitch dog whistle from her throat and reveals the method used to hit those perfectly pitched high notes!”
“But a misstep in a crevasse dislodges a boulder; he and it fall together and he lands on the bottom with his arm pinned under the rock.”
“That's how RU-486 prevents a fertilized egg from implanting and dislodges growing embryos.”
“This movement dislodges any accumulated mucus from your respiratory system.”
““Poor” dislodges America, in ways that cannot be comprehended”
“Silicone sheets are the most studied, but are harder to use on the face where visibility is a problem and on joints where movement dislodges them.”
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