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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.
Summary: New Delhi [India], Aug 5 (ANI): Mumbai Congress president Milind Deora on Monday called for political differences to be put aside on the issue of scrapping Article 370 while asserting that India's interest should be prioritised.
Kenya has progressed over the years but would definitely do better if our political leaders put aside excess politics they engage in after an election instead of carrying out their roles.
This is a visual way for your child to see money being put aside. Explain to them that they should aim to fill the piggy bank and keep as much in there as possible.
Hourihan if her belief about the system being rigged might interfere with her ability to be fair and impartial, the juror replied that she thought she could be "unbiased," but she also said she did not know if she could "put aside" her opinion.
class="MsoNormalMr Nyakwara said tension is high in the area and urged residents to put aside their differences and embrace peace as the year ends.
The senior actor says it's best to put aside apprehensions when one commits to a project.
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.
Expectant parents anticipate that they will have put aside PS1,204 in savings by the time their child turns one year old, saving an average of PS904 before their baby arrives, comparethemarket.com found.
BEIJING -- Granting full membership to India and Pakistan to the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) will encourage the two countries to put aside disputes and bring a more positive spirit for the bloc's common development, experts said on Tuesday.
If it's too late to do that this year, try and put aside a larger chunk of money every week until the holidays.