cast-off(a), discarded, throwaway(a), thrown-away(a)(verb)
"wearing someone's cast-off clothes"; "throwaway children living on the streets"; "salvaged some thrown-away furniture"
shed, cast, cast off, shake off, throw, throw off, throw away, drop(verb)
get rid of
"he shed his image as a pushy boss"; "shed your clothes"
roam, project, flip, overleap, spue, redact, strike down, fuddle, drift, put down, draw, send away, have, hold, fling, hurl, slough, mold, deteriorate, cast, rove, put, bedevil, roll, pour forth, befuddle, spend, omit, throw away, frame, moult, dangle, confound, vomit up, chuck out, mould, throw off, toss, throw up, expend, contrive, retch, purge, give, discombobulate, tramp, toss away, drip, disgorge, cat, cut down, dribble, thrust, overlook, stray, devolve, leave out, miss, shake, exuviate, bewilder, shed, fox, cast away, sink, shake off, chuck, pretermit, make, range, molt, vagabond, swan, unload, drop off, set down, fell, cast off, knock off, toss out, flatten, ramble, spill, neglect, cast aside, throw, regurgitate, wander, vomit, throw out, hurtle, put away, escape from, spew, honk, dismiss, dispose, cast out, regorge, drop, drop down, switch, discharge, upchuck, send packing, be sick, swing, discard, barf, confuse, sick, couch, bemuse, degenerate, puke
make the last row of stitches when knitting
English Synonyms and Antonyms
Abandon is a word of wide signification, applying to persons or things of any kind; abdicate and resign apply to office, authority, or power; cede to territorial possessions; surrender especially to military force, and more generally to any demand, claim, passion, etc. Quit carries an idea of suddenness or abruptness not necessarily implied in abandon, and may not have the same suggestion of finality. The king abdicates his throne, cedes his territory, deserts his followers, renounces his religion, relinquishes his titles, abandons his designs. A cowardly officer deserts his ship; the helpless passengers abandon it. We quit business, give up property, resign office, abandon a habit or a trust. Relinquish commonly implies reluctance; the fainting hand relinquishes its grasp; the creditor relinquishes his claim. Abandon implies previous association with responsibility for or control of; forsake implies previous association with inclination or attachment, real or assumed; a man may abandon or forsake house or friends; he abandons an enterprise; forsakes God. Abandon is applied to both good and evil action; a thief abandons his designs, a man his principles. Forsake, like abandon, may be used either in the favorable or unfavorable sense; desert is always unfavorable, involving a breach of duty, except when used of mere localities; as, "the Deserted Village." While a monarch abdicates, a president or other elected or appointed officer resigns. It was held that James II. abdicated his throne by deserting it.
abandon, abdicate, abjure, cease, cede, depart from, desert, discontinue, forego, forsake, forswear, give up, leave, quit, recant, relinquish, renounce, repudiate, resign, retire from, retract, surrender, vacate, withdraw from
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