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synonyms for dis charge

  • clear
  • confess
  • confide
  • disburden
  • discharge
  • disclose
  • disencumber
  • divulge
  • dump
  • ease
  • empty
  • lighten
  • lose
  • own
  • relieve
  • relinquish
  • reveal
  • shake
  • unbosom
  • unload
  • dispose of
  • get off one's chest
  • lay bare
  • let hair down
  • out with it
  • shake off
  • tell all
  • throw off
  • cutback
  • discharge
  • respite
  • unemployment
  • early retirement
  • shooting
  • thunder
  • artillery
  • barrage
  • bombardment
  • volley
  • blast
  • burst
  • detonation
  • discharge
  • crackle
  • salvo
  • firing
  • enfilade
  • cannonading
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antonyms for dis charge

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  • conceal
  • hide
  • unorthodoxy
  • neglect
  • carelessness
  • disregard
  • thoughtlessness
  • indifference
  • inattention
  • ignorance
  • heedlessness
                                • retention
                                • appointment
                                • acceptance
                                • imprisonment
                                • welcoming
                                • start
                                • construction
                                • beginning
                                • hiring
                                • employment
                                • welcome
                                • incarceration
                                • commencement
                                    • miss
                                    • neglect
                                    • stay
                                    • leave
                                    • stop
                                    • halt
                                    • abandon
                                    • bear
                                    • keep
                                    • fail
                                    • mismanage
                                    • start
                                    • introduce
                                    • begin
                                    • refuse
                                    • deny
                                    • disregard
                                    • remain
                                    • prevent
                                    • create
                                    • unsettle
                                    • commence
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