The master nerds who rule the Valley are talking about ditching the rest of us and heading for the hills.
After ditching Jobs, Apple fought to show it could turn things around without its co-founder and driving visionary.
Oprah Winfrey has inspired her fans and changed their lives—and now she's ditching them.
ditching the bleach, he seeped manly confidence with what appears to be a samurai ponytail.
Many political observers noted during his campaign that by ditching the GOP then, he might have easily staved off defeat.
They ran into a broken country where the ground was rocky and less adapted to ditching.
There is a job of ditching to do that it will be hard to make joyous, but never mind.
Accordingly he went to plowing, ditching, and blowing rocks and built a new stone bridge over a stream.
But, to resume, I saw that there was no dainty way to do ditching and stepped in.
All other ditching was done by a railroad plow followed by pick and shovel, or by the two latter tools only.
Old English dic "ditch, dike," a variant of dike (q.v.). Last ditch (1715) refers to the last line of military defenses.
late 14c., "surround with a ditch; dig a ditch;" from ditch (n.). Meaning "to throw into a ditch" is from 1816, hence sense of "abandon, discard," first recorded 1899 in American English. Of aircraft, by 1941. Related: Ditched; ditching.