dislodge (someone or something) from (someone or something)

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dislodge (someone or something) from (someone or something)

To free someone or something that is stuck. Fortunately, the Heimlich maneuver dislodged the piece of food from Greta's throat.
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dislodge someone or something from someone or something

to loosen and remove someone or something from someone or something. We were unable to dislodge her from office. Gene was able to dislodge the bone from his throat.
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References in classic literature ?
At length he encamped, caused the bodies of the wagons to be dislodged from the wheels, covered with buffalo hide, and besmeared with a compound of tallow and ashes; thus forming rude boats.
Henry and his party, who had been dislodged from the forks of the Missouri by the Blackfeet Indians, and had shifted his post somewhere beyond the Rocky Mountains.
Just weeks ago he was shocked to wake up and find the half inch piece of metal had dislodged from his jaw.
Just weeks ago he was shocked to wake up and find the half-inch piece of metal had dislodged from his jaw.
Completely dislodged from utilitarian purpose and observed through a veil of imposed slowness, the magnified, mass-produced tool becomes sculptural--monumental even--at the precise moment when a fluffy white powder begins to fall and collect in tiny piles on every key.
He speculates that the fluid enhances electrical repulsion between a head's hard surface and particles partially dislodged from that surface during the polishing process.
It should be noted that the lustrous carbon forming tendencies of chemical binders are only harmful if large amounts of carbon films form and are subsequently dislodged from the mold-metal interface during pouring.
One home was dislodged from its foundation and a second was damaged.