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Synonyms for put aside

stop using


turn away from and put aside, perhaps temporarily

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The latter, who had seen enough of it by this time, by a rapid motion put aside his too demonstrative admirers and went out of the palace, directing his steps immediately toward the balloon, for it was now six o'clock in the evening.
With Ruskin, Burne-Jones, and Watts, he had put aside his bowler hat and the neat blue tie with white spots which he had worn on coming to Paris; and now disported himself in a soft, broad-brimmed hat, a flowing black cravat, and a cape of romantic cut.
I want you to put aside all grief because of the grief you have caused me.
She was doing tasks in which she could not be fully happy,--heavy and trying tasks, which perhaps she could never do with complete success or satisfaction; and like promise of nectar to thirsty lips was the vision of joys she had had to put aside for the performance of dull daily duty.
My objections to the marriage were not merely those which I last night acknowledged to have the utmost force of passion to put aside, in my own case; the want of connection could not be so great an evil to my friend as to me.
But the devil within me suggests that the five per cent increase contains an element of cash to put aside for the Games should we be successful in winning with our bid.
If it's too late to do that this year, try and put aside a larger chunk of money every week until the holidays.
Looking across Britain, parents in Scotland were found to be the most likely to put aside savings for their kids, with three-quarters (75 per cent) doing so - compared with 53 per cent in the South West of England, 56 per cent in the East Midlands and 61 per cent in London.
Let's put aside what divides us and put aside our self-interest in favor of working together for the common well-being of humanity,' Ban told the opening of the summit in Addis Ababa, the Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported.
Our position would be to share the resources, to put aside differences," said Kao, who is involved in looking after Taipeis affairs with China.
HSBC has put aside USD378m to cover potential costs from investigations into currency trading, the BBC reported on Monday.
To fund PS24,364 a year for 20 years - the figure Scots describe as a "comfortable retirement" - savers would need to put aside PS10,828 a year, building up a pot of PS487,280.
In a statement issued on Friday, he said that the whole nation has to put aside their political and ideological differences and get united to help the people affected by floods.
We should put aside disputes, work in the same direction and seek solutions through dialogue and consultation, particularly when it comes to disputes concerning sovereignty as well as maritime rights and interests," he said, while denying this means China is making an "unconditional compromise.
The study conducted by the Federal Statistics Office also revealed that, while the average disposable income of Swiss households was just under CHF 7,000 per month in 2010, those earning CHF 4,800 per month or less were unable to put aside any savings.