Definition of dislodge
- dislodged the rock with a shovel
The earthquake dislodged several boulders from the cliff.
He kicked at the stone to dislodge it.
The army has dislodged enemy forces from their stronghold.
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: to forcefully remove (something or someone) from a place or position
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