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axed

adjective as in discharged

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Marlow: I think that season finale episodes are tough, and a few of those threads definitely should have been axed.

In fact, he has axed the sub-group of the project that was slated to work on the cognitive level.

It was bad enough that veterans, theatre critic Michael Feingold and food critic Robert Sietsema were both axed.

Since May 2010, the public sector has axed 1.125 million jobs.

Fox also axed Dick Morris, who repeatedly predicted that Mitt Romney would beat Obama in an electoral landslide.

He knows I've got a still over hyeh as well as you do—an' he's never axed a question nor peeped an eye.

I made-b'lieve as you were to be tried next week, and I axed him to come to the trial.

I'm goin' to-neet, because I dunnot want to be axed questions.

"Oh, I fort yu axed dat ar boy who made him," she answered with a broad smile.

I axed master, if soe bee he knowed sitch a man as one Captain Tomlinson?

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On this page you'll find 16 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to axed, such as: fired, freed, laid-off, released, sacked, and canned.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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