refusing (part of speech: verb)
forgiving (part of speech: verb)
ridding (part of speech: verb)
casting off, forsaking, forgoing, leaving, disposing, renouncing, disowning, letting go, jettisoning, releasing, shedding, disclaiming, venting, relinquishing, abandoning, rejecting, deserting, waiving, relegating, discarding, capitulating, abdicating, ridding, surrendering, parting with, vacating, dispelling, canceling, dropping
vindicating (part of speech: verb)
dismissing (part of speech: verb)
liberating (part of speech: verb)
annulling (part of speech: verb)
destroying, withdrawing, abnegating, deleting, revoking, eliminating, invalidating, disavowing, refuting, divorcing, repudiating, denying, eradicating, disaffirming, abolishing, negating, extinguishing, nullifying, obliterating, retracting, neutralizing, dissolving, undoing, annulling, effacing, vetoing
acquitting (part of speech: verb)
- They then conversed some time on various public questions and State affairs, and at length, when dismissing Giafer, the Caliph said, " Do not fail to come at the usual hour this evening that we may wander disguised through Bagdad, as I have already arranged to do." - "Tales of the Caliph", H. N. Crellin.
- The dairyman, though he had thought of dismissing her soon, now made a great concern about losing her. - "Tess of the d'Urbervilles A Pure Woman", Thomas Hardy.
- And, with the sanguine and cheerful elasticity which belonged to him, the young Cola, dismissing all wilder thoughts, bent his mind to listen, and to enter into, the humbler projects of his brother. - "Rienzi", Edward Bulwer Lytton.