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remove

(Dismiss from office), verb cashier, depose, disassociate, disbar, discharge, dismiss, displace, divest, eject, expel, fire, get rid of, impeach, oust, put out, relieve, replace, suspend, turn out
Associated concepts: removal proceeding, remove from office

remove

(Eliminate), verb abolish, annihilate, bar, cannel, clear, confiscate, debar, deduct, delete, delocalize, deterge, detruncate, disassociate, disconnect, disjoin, dislocate, dislodge, displace, disroot, dissociate, disturb, divest, drain, eliminate, eradicate, except, exclude, export, expunge, exterminate, extirpate, extract, extricate, isolate, kill, liquidate, obliterate, obviate, omit, part, purge, reject, segregate, separate, sequester, set apart, strip, subtract, take away, take out, unattach, unbind, unfasten, unload, untie, uproot, withdraw
Associated concepts: remove a cloud on title, remove dissbilities, remove obstructions

remove

(Transfer), verb amovere, change address, change place, change venue, convey to, deliver to, forrard, move, relocate, removere, send, send forth, shift, switch, transmit
Associated concepts: removal from the state, remove a case to federal court, remove a cause of action
See also: abscond, abstract, adeem, banish, bowdlerize, cancel, carry away, debar, deduct, delete, deport, detach, discharge, disencumber, disinter, dislocate, dislodge, dismiss, dispel, dispossess, dissociate, divest, eject, eliminate, eradicate, evacuate, evict, except, excise, exclude, expel, expunge, extirpate, extract, follow, hold up, impound, leave, move, obliterate, oust, overthrow, part, reduce, reject, relegate, rescind, retire, retreat, retrench, revoke, rob, seclude, separate, sequester, succeed, superannuate, supersede, supplant, suspend, transfer, transport, vacate, withdraw
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We feel dissatisfaction, and think that such and-such a thing would remove it; but in thinking this, we are theorizing, not observing a patent fact.
With all my soul, I advise you to remove the serious responsibility of delay from your own shoulders by writing to Lady Glyde to come here at once.
Expecially Mr Venus: who removes his pipe, draws back his head, and stares at the starer, as if it were his own Hindoo baby come to fetch him home.
When the Lord removes my father, I shall have his tanning yard and his leather factory.
extending it upon the forecastle deck, he now proceeds cylindrically to remove its dark pelt, as an African hunter the pelt of a boa.
He did not believe it to proceed from any thing that care and medicine might not remove, or at least that she might not have many years of existence before her; but he could not be prevailed on, by all his father's doubts, to say that her complaints were merely imaginary, or that she was as strong as ever.
The teachers were fully occupied with packing up and making other necessary preparations for the departure of those girls who were fortunate enough to have friends and relations able and willing to remove them from the seat of contagion.
These preliminaries settled, he did not care to put off any longer the execution of his design, urged on to it by the thought of all the world was losing by his delay, seeing what wrongs he intended to right, grievances to redress, injustices to repair, abuses to remove, and duties to discharge.
Dantes told him that the jug had fallen from his hands while he was drinking, and the jailer went grumblingly to fetch another, without giving himself the trouble to remove the fragments of the broken one.
I shall do everything in my power that all those goods be secured to you, and that you are not molested in carrying them off; also, that whole families shall go in the same vessel, and make this remove, which I am sensible must give you a great deal of trouble, as easy as his Majesty's service will admit; and hope that, in whatever part of the world you may fall, you may be faithful subjects, a peaceable and happy people.
Various other dishes followed, the chief manifesting the most hospitable importunity in pressing us to partake, and to remove all bashfulness on our part, set us no despicable example in his own person.
And, lastly, he inveighed against Minerva because she had not contrived iron wheels in the foundation of her house, so its inhabitants might more easily remove if a neighbor proved unpleasant.