Synonyms & Antonyms : Displace





Displace



( Verb )


The volunteers were
displaced by the professional army.

Synonyms:

Dislocate

Remove

Oust

Supplant

Supersede

Contextual Examples:

The boss ordered the peon to
remove the files from his table.

The accident not only broke his leg but also
dislocated his joints.

The Chief Minister was
ousted from party leadership by a non-confidence vote.

He was
superseded by his junior. He has therefore decided to resign from service.

Electric light has
superseded gaslight in many towns.

Trains are being
supplanted by buses in this great city.



Antonyms:

Establish

Settle

Set

Secure

Root

Plant

Contextual Examples:

My college was
established in 1970.

Let us
settle our differences and live like friends.

The factory is now well
set to bring profits.

We can now feel quite
secure. Thanks to the restoration of law and order in city.




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