jettison[ jet-uh-suh n, -zuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF jettison
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR JETTISON
They might have defeated their own purpose by making him jettison his contraband!
If it came to the worst, he thought, he could jettison his pack.
So its cheapest to jettison haythanks for that new word, Ed.
No occasion to jettison any of our cargo yet, however useless it may be.
What the country then needed was a jettison of compromises, and a resolution of doubts.
This was the business acquaintance of Prince Bukaty's, who had come to speak of jettison.
"Yes, and to jettison other people's heavy luggage first," said Morewood.
If we start in to jettison cargo, it means I'm a ruined man.
You will not come to me when all is over and ask me to jettison the jacket?
Jettison nodded his head, with a movement indicative of conviction.