Verb(1) move out of position(2) put out of its usual place, position, or relationship
(1) You know, the kind of cat-walk where you're constantly worried she might dislocate her hip joints.(2) Our keys to victory have been our ability to disrupt enemy communications, dislocate his plans, and degrade his forces through air superiority, as well as our seemingly limitless logistics resources.(3) By that, I mean, ├ö├ç├┐Is it actually possible to dislocate the shoulder joint by applying extreme forces?├ö├ç├û(4) You press a certain spot in the back of the neck and dislocate their bone.(5) You can dislocate your jaws and wrest your hands out of their joints, they still haven't understood you and will never understand you.(6) Political outcomes are dislocated from the intentions or hopes of individual politicians, as resolutions are mediated between dozens of players and hundreds of officials.(7) Your jaw was dislocated , but it will heal in no time, along with the bruises.(8) Alex Stepney, the Manchester United goalkeeper who once shouted so hard at his defence that he dislocated his jaw, is your man.(9) Hain said that fish and many other coral reef organisms would have been dislocated and washed ashore by the tsunami, but it is difficult to say how long they will take to recover.(10) The surgeon dislocates your elbow and stitches the piece of skin or tendon in place between the bones that make up your elbow joint.(11) Because of its lack of bony stability, the glenohumeral joint is the most commonly dislocated major joint in the body.(12) This confrontation is treated like other seemingly random acts of terrorism in the mass media, dislocated from the cultural and political history behind the conflict.(13) For example, specialized centers may be established to serve workers being dislocated from a particular employer or industry, or to serve residents of public housing.(14) The registry books dislocated from the Autonomous Province of Kosovo and Metohija have been administered by the administrative organs of the following cities and municipalities:(15) Also, isolation through moving to urban centres means many Maori have been dislocated from vital support networks.(16) Starting with disruption of traffic, the rain dislocates the people.
1. put out of joint ::
2. disrupt ::
3. luxate ::
1. arrange ::
2. array ::
3. dispose ::
4. order ::
5. organize ::
6. range ::
7. regulate ::
8. tidy ::
Different Formsdislocate, dislocated, dislocates, dislocating
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