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Synonyms for jettison

Synonyms for jettison

to let go or get rid of as being useless or defective, for example

the act of getting rid of something useless or used up

Words related to jettison

throw as from an airplane

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They harness the dynamism found in some of the artist's strongest past work while jettisoning much of the cuteness that sometimes hindered the weakest.
Employers that do not have strong unions like Ford does have been jettisoning health insurance or reducing coverage and benefits.
In his opinion, the company could still produce innovative work without jettisoning a classical vocabulary.
Having spent most of the 1990s jettisoning petrochemical assets, Brazil's state-owned Petroleo Brasileiro (Petrobras) is now poised to again become a major petrochemical player.
Even as they coped with Bryant's legal troubles, team officials scrambled to reassemble the roster, jettisoning longtime veterans and fan favorites Robert Horry, Brian Shaw and Mark Madsen.
The sails have split and the sailors are furiously jettisoning their cargo, unaware that salvation is miraculously at hand.
Rushing toward a supernova death, the star (not shown) had expanded enormously, jettisoning its outer layers at some 32,000 kilometers per hour.
CND Cymru chair Jill Evans said: 'There are many unanswered questions which the public deserve to know about concerning the safety of jettisoning bombs off the Welsh coast.