discontinue[ dis-kuhn-tin-yoo ]SEE DEFINITION OF discontinue
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISCONTINUE
The King of Spain did not discontinue sleeping with her until the 9th.
These scoffers propose to discontinue the habit of swearing.
In fact, one thing is clear to me, she must discontinue your acquaintanceship at once.
By-and-by she began to discontinue these visits to the schoolroom.
Well, then, I shall ask you to allow me to discontinue this devotion after to-night.
She entreats Maurice to discontinue a search which must prove fruitless.
Be free to discontinue, if what you get isn't worth the time.
This practice he did not discontinue till after he was sixty.
Many business men do not discontinue their work because they are traveling.
And, furthermore, will you agree to discontinue your visits to my house?