uproot, dislodge, relocate, dismiss; see dismiss 2, remove 1.
To take the place of
replace, supplant, crowd out; see replace 2. See syn. study at replace.
"displace." YourDictionary, n.d. Web. 15 January 2019. <https://thesaurus.yourdictionary.com/displace>.
displace. (n.d.). Retrieved January 15th, 2019, from https://thesaurus.yourdictionary.com/displace
To alter the settled state or position of:
To take the place of (another) against the other's will:
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