eliminate

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Synonyms for eliminate

Synonyms for eliminate

to get rid of, especially by banishment or execution

to keep from being admitted, included, or considered

to take or leave out

to discharge (wastes or foreign substances) from the body

Synonyms for eliminate

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I have argued that Epicurus does not believe all forms of the fear of death are irrational and eliminable.
I have followed such a strategy in relation to jealousy, pride, and certain other disvalued emotions--arguing in the case of jealousy that the possibility of jealousy is not eliminable without the sacrifice of much else, including perhaps erotic attachment.
The task before him was to test every observable consequence of the hypothesis; to examine and eliminate, if eliminable, its flaws; otherwise to abandon it; to establish that the essential variation docs occur, and to explain how it occurs--in short, to understand the origin and evolution of species.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration ("OSHA") prohibits employers from even making certain offers to employees, such as "hazard pay" for agreeing to exposure to certain sorts of technologically eliminable risks, for example, to certain levels of toxins.
Put differently, first person descriptions do not express irreducible facts and thus are either reducible or eliminable.