discharged[ verb dis-chahrj; noun dis-chahrj, dis-chahrj ]SEE DEFINITION OF discharged
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISCHARGED
If I am discharged I think I can manage to pick up a living somehow.
But he may prejudice his father against you, and get you discharged.
Next day, the discharged man and the second mate were pressed.
Captain Johnston had the matter explained, and he discharged the mate.
On these grounds he was discharged, and the judge took the umbrella.
We discharged, took in a new cargo, and sailed for home in due time.
Otherwise he would not have discharged his men before the fourth gallery was begun.
When he saw this, he discharged his workers—And yet, it may be nothing of importance after all.
He had been discharged from prison, but his sons were still confined.
The sudden fall made it go off, and the last ball was discharged in the air.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR DISCHARGED
- brought about
- come to an end
- disposed of
- done for
- done with
- in the past
- over and done
- put into effect
- sewn up
- tied up
- worked out
- wound up
- wrapped up