gave up (part of speech: verb)
disused (part of speech: adjective)
relinquished (part of speech: verb)
resigned (part of speech: verb)
abandoned (part of speech: verb)
- There is no doubt that the number of religious and Christian men who have relinquished all belief in the marvellous part of the Bible has largely increased within a few years. - "Orthodoxy: Its Truths And Errors", James Freeman Clarke.
- He relinquished it to me with a mother's yearning. - "Somewhere in Red Gap", Harry Leon Wilson.
- Her hands were therefore full of work, and Gerty, whom Emily at once relinquished for the short time previous to the vessel's sailing, was of great assistance to her. - "The Lamplighter", Maria S. Cummins.