cast aside


  • WordNet 3.6
    • v cast aside throw or cast away "Put away your worries"
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In literature:

And yet, the minute came when she cast aside all solicitudes and hesitations.
"The Letter of the Contract" by Basil King
Failing and becoming convinced that he had been cast off by his parents, she threw aside her mask.
"The Plum Tree" by David Graham Phillips
But I yearn to cast aside my sable robes of prophesy and emerge from my room in gala garments.
"Grace Harlowe's Golden Summer" by Jessie Graham Flower
These indirect methods of reaching the impulsive pupil should never be cast aside for the direct effort to "control" such a scholar.
"The Story of the Mind" by James Mark Baldwin
He then turned to the letters on the table, which he had before cast aside, finding the wished-for one was not among them.
"Isabel Leicester" by Clotilda Jennings
I cannot think human ties are easily to be cast aside when God's own hand has welded them.
"A Little Girl in Old Detroit" by Amanda Minnie Douglas
What does he, Gellius, who with mother and sister itches and keeps vigils with tunics cast aside?
"The Carmina of Caius Valerius Catullus" by Caius Valerius Catullus
Earth has cast us aside?
"The Status Civilization" by Robert Sheckley
And I will not be the plaything of a moment, to be cast aside the next.
"The Substance of a Dream" by F. W. Bain
He then wrenched off the helmet and cast the whole suit aside, revealing the enemy officer, clad in a tunic of scarlet silk.
"Skylark Three" by Edward Elmer Smith

In poetry:

Ho! servants of the Living God!
Your fealty cast aside,
And with us, for a single day,
Stand on the Devil's side!
"Invitation To The Clergy" by Alfred Gibbs Campbell
But now I cast that finer sense
And sorer shame aside;
Such dread of sin was indolence,
Such aim at heaven was pride.
"Sensitiveness" by John Henry Newman
Made like his God, God of his will,
With reason for his guide,
And power to choose the good or ill,
Or either cast aside.
"The Youthful Villager And The Hermit" by James Madison Bell
Now out amid the castle-garth
He cast his cloak aside,
And goeth forth to the high-bower
Where the dames and damsels abide.
"Hafbur And Signy" by William Morris
Go quietly. The tall gods here
Would wear your beauty like a flower,
To crush with jests and cast aside
In one unpitying, splendid hour.
"Half Moon" by Robin Hyde
Then nauticle pride we laid aside,
And we cast the vessel ashore
On the Gulliby Isles, where the Poohpooh smiles
And the Anagzanders roar.
"The Walloping Window Blind" by Charles Edward Carryl

In news:

Tebow cast aside much like Manning.
All-star cast aside , 'Holiday' far from 'Perfect'.
Still, getting to know the difference between a cobbler and a slump can mean casting aside the same old piece of pie for something unexpected.
Eriksen will share the true Garbage Patch description, casting aside the "Island" of debris misconception.
On the reverse, she casts them aside.
He'll consider it a success if Gunner casts his demons far enough aside to be a good pet for someone back home.
"Mubarak and King Abdullah are not just allies, they are close friends, and the King is not about to see his friend cast aside and humiliated ," a senior source in the Saudi capital told The Times.
Casting liberal allies aside will hurt Obama in the long run .
Looks like one of Hollywood's most notorious cougars has cast aside another cub: Actress Eva Longoria, 37, and New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez, 25, are kaput.
Seven quarters of misery were quickly cast aside thanks to one potentially season-saving quarter for the Northeast Hamilton girls' basketball team over the weekend.
All kidding aside, I take voting seriously and firmly believe that if you are of legal voting age and have the ability to cast a vote, you should, regardless of who's corner you're in.
Matthew McConaughey has enjoyed a bit of a reinvention over the past year or so, casting aside eager-to-please roles in forgettable romantic comedies for dark, serious work in films with more shading and complexity.
Let us cast aside our post-poultry haze, overcome the fact that we are stuffed with stuffing, and head to the mall.
Those interpreters face even greater threats from insurgents, she said, and she fears they will be cast aside as US bases there shut down.
CENTRALIA — It was a good start for the Belleville East Lancers as Malcolm Hill cast aside any doubts about his health and new coach Abel Schrader picked up his first coaching victory.

In science:

We begin by casting aside a small portion of the vertices in I as follows: let I ′ = (I ∩ LI (i)) ∪ {v ∈ I : |Nv (i) ∩ LI (i)| ≥ 2}.
The diamond-free process
The precise Definition 3.2 of the agreement vector sequence should not cast aside the intuitive definition.
Convergence of distributed asynchronous learning vector quantization algorithms
It took the free spirits of Frank Winchell and Jim Hall, and their measurement and simulation groups at Chevrolet R&D and Chaparral, to cast aside convention and explore the possibilities of this new and now obvious way to increase performance,” (Wright 2001, p124).
Explanation and discovery in aerodynamics