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discharge

noun as in setting free

noun as in dismissal from responsibility

noun as in detonation

noun as in pouring forth

noun as in unloading

noun as in carrying out of responsibility

noun as in payment of debt

verb as in set free

verb as in detonate weapon

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verb as in pour forth

verb as in unload

verb as in carry out responsibility

verb as in pay, settle debt

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verb as in invalidate agreement

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The spark that generated the blue jet may have been a special kind of short-range electric discharge inside the thundercloud, Neubert says.

And, in addition, in Wisconsin, we were able to link those data up to hospital admissions and discharge data so we got really detailed information about the kinds of injuries and the length of stays in hospitals and whatnot.

Oscillating air discharge helps distribute cool air evenly throughout the space.

The film shows that based in part on procedural action taken by Thompson at the hearing, Cammermyer’s attorneys were able to persuade a federal court judge to overturn the discharge, resulting in Cammermeyer’s reinstatement in the Army in 1994.

SARS-CoV-2 spreads mainly through respiratory droplets — spatters of virus-laden discharge from the mouth and nose, according to the World Health Organization.

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When you get the kind of discharge I had, they give you a suit and fifty dollars.

But even as he was receiving awards, the military brass was processing his discharge—they had found out he was transgender.

After an early discharge from the military, friends say Jordan Matson was searching for something.

The film begins with her on stage, with a joke that Robespierre wrote about feminine discharge.

The Army court-martialed him, sentencing him to 30 days' confinement and a dishonorable discharge.

The reveillée of the sleeping Mexicans was the discharge of our two field-pieces loaded with canister.

On the 6th of March they met eleven Flemish ships, and they saluted each other by a discharge of cannon.

The discharge-valve was then opened for a moment, allowing a blast of steam to escape, reducing the pressure say to one-half.

After one month, and within a year from the adjudication of bankruptcy, the bankrupt may apply for a discharge.

In tuberculous disease the tubercle bacillus is present in the discharge, but its detection offers some difficulties.

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On this page you'll find 654 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to discharge, such as: clearance, pardon, parole, acquittal, exoneration, and liberation.

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

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