verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
Origin of discard
Antonyms for discard
Related Words for discardshed, repeal, dump, renounce, scrap, remove, cancel, eliminate, reject, abandon, ditch, jettison, relinquish, oust, junk, abjure, abdicate, eject, expel, repudiate
Examples from the Web for discard
Contemporary Examples of discard
And in a way that was right, because he was keen to save the best bits of it and to discard the worst.Napoleon Was a Dynamite Dictator
November 7, 2014
His past lives all display a remarkable bloodlust, one he continues to discard.‘Game of Thrones’ Withdrawal? Watch Nickelodeon’s Fantasy Epic ‘The Legend of Korra’
July 1, 2014
So maybe what I've really got here is an Old Master discard being used – by me, the museum visitor – as a modern objet trouvé.Old Master as Ax Murderer?
December 13, 2013
Discard your alcohol and dispose of your pork “The Muslims Are Coming!”Why the Right Is Bashing My Muslim Comedy Movie
September 22, 2013
Anyone walking down a Manhattan street on trash day knows that New Yorkers discard some spectacular things.One New York Sanitation Worker Has a New Idea for Recycling Trash … Turn It Into Art
July 25, 2013
Historical Examples of discard
Besides; if you are not filial, sir, if you discard that duty, you are at least—hum—not a Christian?Little Dorrit
Then, eager to discard the subject, he spoke of other things.Tales And Novels, Volume 9 (of 10)
In camp you will discard it because it will impede the swing of your arms.
If you are resolute and singleminded, you will at once discard the latter two.
Her father would not discard his afflicted, his repentant child.Gomez Arias
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