Examples of dislocation in a Sentence
the slightest dislocation in her daily routine bothered the elderly woman
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Two mighty Russian states have collapsed in the past century, leaving vast dislocation in their wakes.
With a finger dislocation, once the finger is popped back into socket, the player should be good to return to the game.
International criminal networks traffic drugs, weapons, people; force dislocation and mass migration; threaten our borders; and new forms of aggression exploit technology to menace our citizens.
According to news reports from the time, Layne’s cleat stuck in the mud, leaving him with a fractured fibula and posterior dislocation.
The post-Assad situation looks grim, because of the brutality of Syria’s civil war, its enormous population dislocations, and the power vacuum that will follow Assad.
INSIDE PITCH Outfielder Michael Conforto, the Mets’ lone All-Star this season, said his recovery from left shoulder surgery after a dislocation in late August would take about six months.
Hurricane Harvey hit Texas and Louisiana in late August, disrupting shipping, closing refineries and causing other economic dislocations along the Gulf Coast.
The popular answer, or at least the current conventional wisdom, is economic dislocation.
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