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  • The water is then discarded on the ground far away from any water source.
  • Yet had she not already done enough to make him discard her altogether? Cited from Ronald Morton, or the Fire Ships, by W.H.G. Kingston
  • If a player has the same rank in their hand, they will then discard.
  • Players may always discard, even if they have a legal play available.
  • A player who cannot play in any other way must discard.
  • Three times she began, and as often was forced to discard her work and start over again. Cited from Manasseh, by Maurus Jokai
  • Once cards have been discarded, they are no longer used, nor looked at.
  • A round usually ends when a player discards the last card from their hand.
  • When any player discards the last card in their hand, the play immediately ends.
  • We are discarding bad things for good ones, and good things for better ones. Cited from Little Journeys To The Homes Of Great Teachers, by Elbert Hubbard
  • Only the best eleven round results were retained, any other points being discarded.
  • The player ends his turn by discarding a single card from his hand.
  • I shall notice them only to show my reasons for discarding them. Cited from The Grammar of English Grammars, by Goold Brown
  • Kelly created characters as he needed them, and discarded them after they served their purpose.
  • The discards can be placed face-up in front of the player.
  • Other features identified include a discard area and a deep feature of unknown function.
  • Low contrast candidate points and edge response points along an edge are discarded.
  • As a child, he built a home radio station from discarded military components.
  • Following a message by a period means Self will discard the returned value.
  • However it was not discarded until after the first three performances, where it remained the second movement.
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Words starting with discard

Meaning of discard

  • noun Anything that is cast aside or discarded
  • noun (cards) the act of throwing out a useless card or of failing to follow suit
  • noun Getting rid something that is regarded as useless or undesirable
  • verb Throw or cast away
    Put away your worries