Definition for DIS-LODGE'

DIS-LODGE', v.t. [dislodj'. dis and lodge.]

  1. To remove or drive from a lodge or place of rest; to drive from the place where a thing naturally rests or inhabits. Shells resting in the sea at a considerable depth, are not dislodged by storms.
  2. To drive from a place of retirement or retreat; as, to dislodge a cony or a deer.
  3. To drive from any place of rest or habitation, or from any station; as, to dislodge the enemy from their quarters, from a hill or wall.
  4. To remove an army to other quarters. – Shak.

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