The bloodiest instance of displacement occurred in Turkman Gate, a slum whose inhabitants were overwhelmingly Muslim.
However tragic the displacement of some workers was, on a net basis, companies like Bain help fuel economic growth.
Maybe this is a displacement of his wish to talk about his dead sister, who he never really got a chance to mourn.
This, from a country that lives with its own ghosts of dispossession and displacement.
The contents are listed as “material for the displacement of Jews.”
The degree of displacement of the fragments depends upon the extent to which the expansion of the quadriceps tendon is lacerated.
I was troubled with displacement of the womb and other female weakness.
It may reveal the phenomenon which psychologists call "displacement."
Its recent activity has caused some displacement of the sea bottom.
At T either a scale can be placed or a drawing-board, on which a pen at T marks the displacement.
displacement dis·place·ment (dĭs-plās'mənt)
Removal from the normal location or position.
A defense mechanism in which there is an unconscious shift of emotions, affect, or desires from the original object to a more acceptable or immediate substitute.
A chemical reaction in which an atom, a radical, or a molecule replaces another in a compound.