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dislodge
used in The Horse Whisperer

5 uses
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Definition
move or remove by force
  • And though later he came pretending friendship, the alliance with man would ever be but fragile, for the fear he'd struck into their hearts was too deep to be dislodged.
    Six (11% in)
  • There were hickories and poplars on this side of the ridge with no obvious trail among them and the girls had frequently to lower their heads to pass beneath the branches so that soon they and the horses were covered with a fine sprinkling of dislodged snow.
    One (53% in)
  • Despite the many good things Grace had told him (or perhaps because of them) and despite his own best efforts to the contrary, Tom could not fully dislodge a predisposed dislike that was not, he knew, in his nature.
    Twenty-eight (3% in)
  • It seemed to Annie, when he entered her, that he dislodged in her loins some hot and vivid surge that swept slowly the entire length of her body to lap and furrow around her brain.
    Thirty-one (89% in)
  • With each stir of the breeze another flurry would dislodge, littering the grass in wide circumference.
    Thirty-six (5% in)

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