Even the urgency provided by the first downgrading in our history seems unlikely to dislodge it.
Once set, however, swing-voter dislike can be more difficult to dislodge.
No amount of student outrage or protest could dislodge him from this position.
But his war against Silvio Berlusconi is unlikely to dislodge the prime minister.
None of them would have engaged in such an effort to dislodge Greg Craig unless the president had lost faith in his counsel.
Jamming myself into a corner between some posts, whence I felt sure no wind could dislodge me, I waited and watched.
A long pole was procured, and I sought to dislodge him from his hold.
One of the three sent a moment before to dislodge the citizens, turned back to join this311 new battle.
Nor had there been any storm during that time to dislodge them.
It would have required an earthquake to dislodge Miss Bibby from the stronghold of the dining-room table.