dismissing (part of speech: verb)
ridding (part of speech: verb)
casting off, forsaking, forgoing, leaving, disposing, renouncing, dismissing, letting go, jettisoning, releasing, shedding, disclaiming, venting, relinquishing, abandoning, rejecting, deserting, waiving, relegating, discarding, capitulating, abdicating, ridding, surrendering, parting with, vacating, disowning, canceling, dropping
- I will endeavour to guide you in the management of the health of your offspring;- I will describe to you the symptoms of the diseases of children;- I will warn you of approaching danger, in order that you may promptly apply for medical assistance before disease has gained too firm a footing;- I will give you the treatment on the moment; of some of their more pressing illnesses- when medical aid cannot at once be procured, and where delay may be death;- I will instruct you, in case of accidents, on the immediate employment of remedies- where procrastination may be dangerous;- I will tell you how a sick child should be nursed, and how a sick- room ought to be managed;- I I will use my best energy to banish injurious practices from the nursery;- I will treat of the means to prevent disease where it be possible;- I will show you the way to preserve the health of the healthy,- and how to strengthen the delicate;- and will strive to make a medical man's task more agreeable to himself,- and more beneficial to his patient,- by dispelling errors and prejudices, and by proving the importance of your strictly adhering to his rules. - "Advice to a Mother on the Management of her Children", Pye Henry Chavasse.
- " You have a singular way of dispelling suspicion," he said. - "The Chouans", Honore de Balzac.
- But the youthful jack- in- the- box lost no time in dispelling all rising suspicions by quickly introducing himself. - "The Slaves of the Padishah", MÃ³r JÃ³kai.