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Meanings and phrases
- on or to one side
- out of the way (especially away from one's thoughts); away
- not taken into account or excluded from consideration; apart
- placed or kept separate and distinct as for a purpose; apart
- in reserve; not for immediate use; by; away
- in a different direction; away
- a line spoken by an actor to the audience but not intended for others on the stage
- a message that departs from the main subject; digression; excursus; divagation; parenthesis
- bar from attention or consideration; dismiss; disregard; brush off; discount; push aside; ignore
- throw or cast away; discard; fling; toss; toss out; toss away; chuck out; dispose; throw out; cast out; throw away; cast away; put away
- This also reduces gay Asian men into a category of an object or 'kink' that can be adopted or cast aside at will.
- She shakes loose from the memory and begins to dance with Ben, who is touched by the memory of the Sally he once cast aside.
- He goes on to admit that he's lonely because he's not married and has no family and that he was cast aside like a used part.
- accumulate money for future use; save; save up
- push out of the way; push away
- bar from attention or consideration; dismiss; disregard; brush aside; brush off; discount; ignore
- stop using; put away
- turn away from and put aside, perhaps temporarily; put away
- The hands are put aside and each receives 3 new cards.
- Gold coins with a total face value of $6 were put aside for assay.
- Following her marriage, she decided to put aside her career for a while.
- give or assign a resource to a particular person or cause; allow; appropriate; earmark; reserve
- make inoperative or stop; suspend
- Land was set aside for Atomic Scientists as well.
- Some have been set aside for public open space.
- Cave Hill Cemetery set aside plots for the Union dead.
- Ryan telephoned Akin to advise him to step aside.
- Despite intense pressure to step aside, Akin resolved to remain in the race.
- For the sake of the Syrian people, the time has come for President Assad to step aside."
- They argue that Banquo is merely setting aside his sword for the night.
- He wrote it after setting aside an early attempt to compose a symphony.
- So, setting aside her rivalry to please a guest, she visits Matsuki at her huge inn to ask for help.
- He stepped aside following the 2000 NBA Finals in favor of a returning Albert.
- Grant stepped aside over Johnson's objection, causing a complete break between them.
- This is because she thought Yulsman only wanted Kerouac in the frame, so she stepped aside.
- For a time his fight with Kwel is pushed aside.
- I believe carrying out that work is important, it is not something which should be dropped and pushed aside."
- Run mainly by Canadian families of Italian origin, these groups were pushed aside in the eighties by biker gangs.
- However, such objections were brushed aside.
- Not all of the 6th Army was trapped: 50,000 soldiers were brushed aside outside the pocket.
- A complaint regarding conflicts of interest and concerns raised in the consultation was also brushed aside.