displacement in a sentence

The forced displacement of Japanese-Canadians during the Second World War is one of the most shameful chapters in that country’s history.

The police have been arresting drug dealers in the East End, but residents complain such action will only result in the displacement of this kind of criminal activity from one area to another.

“This is one of the largest displacement crises of modern times,” he said.

The ability to limit the displacement of patients and families is priceless.

We don’t want it to contribute to displacement or harassment, he told the Post.

The changes increased the displacement of the ship by 610 tonnes, or roughly 24 per cent.

It added that the Russian intervention will “lead to more killing, destruction and displacement.”

The IDMC said displacement risk will continue to rise, particularly in Southeast Asia and South Asia.