discard

[ verb dih-skahrd; noun dis-kahrd ]SEE DEFINITION OF discard
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Besides; if you are not filial, sir, if you discard that duty, you are at least—hum—not a Christian?

Then, eager to discard the subject, he spoke of other things.

If you are resolute and singleminded, you will at once discard the latter two.

In camp you will discard it because it will impede the swing of your arms.

Her father would not discard his afflicted, his repentant child.

Nay, but be calm a moment; 'twas from my regard to you that I did not discard her.

If you have the least doubt about it, discard it, or put it in another basket.

Take it all in all, he preferred a matron, his days at playing with debutantes were in the discard.

He was about to arise and discard his overcoat, when suddenly he subsided with a gasp.

And Pelagie wept, and implored them not to tell Jules, lest he should discard her.'

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