Synonyms for Displace:

n.

extract, get out, relocate, sweep away, take, weed out, take off, flush out. give way, renew, shake, shift, succeed, make way (for). banish, expel, hound, cut out, starve out. displace (noun)
bump, deracinate, dislocate, dislodge, move, uproot.

v.

derange (verb)
agitate, blur, botch, capsize, churn, clutter, confound, confuse, convulse, derange, disarrange, discompose, dishevel, dislocate, disorder, disorganize, disturb, ferment, hash, jumble, meddle, mess, mislay, misplace, muddle, muss, perturb, ripple, roil, roughen, ruffle, rummage, rumple, scatter, scramble, swirl, tamper, toss, tousle, trouble, tumble, upset, whip, whisk, mix up.
dislocate (verb)
deport, disconnect, disengage, disjoin, dislodge, exile, unseat.
move, remove from normal place (verb)
change, derange, disarrange, dislocate, dislodge, disturb, expel, mislay, misplace, shift, uproot.
remove from position of responsibility (verb)
banish, deport, exile, replace, succeed, supersede, supplant, cut out.
substitute (verb)
alternate, change, commute, exchange, imitate, replace, represent, second, subrogate, substitute, supersede, supplant, swap, switch, trade.

Other synonyms:

starve out. expel, hound, succeed. shift. shake. get out. derange
rummage.
substitute
substitute.
uproot
deracinate, weed out.
Other relevant words:
banish, bump, deracinate, expel, extract, hound, move, relocate, renew, shake, shift, succeed, take, uproot, take off.

Usage examples for displace

  1. History records that they had no difficulty in bringing on a combat with the Illinois tribes, and in an attempt to displace the latter from Point Iroquois, the invaders were destroyed after a six- days' battle. – American Merchant Ships and Sailors by Willis J. Abbot
  2. " Not if I knows it," she said, vehemently, " these hands wot 'ave worked for her twenty year will nuss her now; I should like ter know who else has any right to displace I?" – Caught in a Trap by John C. Hutcheson
  3. It should not displace acid phosphate in stables, the preservation of nitrogen in the manure being the vital matter. – Crops and Methods for Soil Improvement by Alva Agee