displant

Related to displant: supplant

displant

(dɪsˈplɑːnt)
vb (tr)
1. to displace
2. (Botany) to transplant (a plant)

displant


Past participle: displanted
Gerund: displanting

Imperative
displant
displant
Present
I displant
you displant
he/she/it displants
we displant
you displant
they displant
Preterite
I displanted
you displanted
he/she/it displanted
we displanted
you displanted
they displanted
Present Continuous
I am displanting
you are displanting
he/she/it is displanting
we are displanting
you are displanting
they are displanting
Present Perfect
I have displanted
you have displanted
he/she/it has displanted
we have displanted
you have displanted
they have displanted
Past Continuous
I was displanting
you were displanting
he/she/it was displanting
we were displanting
you were displanting
they were displanting
Past Perfect
I had displanted
you had displanted
he/she/it had displanted
we had displanted
you had displanted
they had displanted
Future
I will displant
you will displant
he/she/it will displant
we will displant
you will displant
they will displant
Future Perfect
I will have displanted
you will have displanted
he/she/it will have displanted
we will have displanted
you will have displanted
they will have displanted
Future Continuous
I will be displanting
you will be displanting
he/she/it will be displanting
we will be displanting
you will be displanting
they will be displanting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been displanting
you have been displanting
he/she/it has been displanting
we have been displanting
you have been displanting
they have been displanting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been displanting
you will have been displanting
he/she/it will have been displanting
we will have been displanting
you will have been displanting
they will have been displanting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been displanting
you had been displanting
he/she/it had been displanting
we had been displanting
you had been displanting
they had been displanting
Conditional
I would displant
you would displant
he/she/it would displant
we would displant
you would displant
they would displant
Past Conditional
I would have displanted
you would have displanted
he/she/it would have displanted
we would have displanted
you would have displanted
they would have displanted
References in classic literature ?
I like a plantation in a pure soil; that is, where people are not displanted, to the end, to plant in others.
* -tima 'displant' [-sima] 'transplant' * -tinde 'grass' [sinde] 'grass' * piti 'hyena' [svitsi] 'spotted hyena' b.
In such a case of planting in a pure soil, he explained, "People are not Displanted, to the end, to Plant in Others" (Bacon, 1625, page 198, italics in original).