exiting (part of speech: verb)
ridding (part of speech: verb)
dispelling, ridding, capitulating, forgoing, dropping, relinquishing, disowning, casting off, relegating, abdicating, parting with, forsaking, letting go, canceling, waiving, surrendering, releasing, vacating, leaving, dismissing, deserting, renouncing, disposing
rejecting (part of speech: verb)
seeping, discarding, checking, exuding, excising, excluding, ejecting, chopping, culling, shedding, emitting, oppugning, discharging, clipping, rejecting, trashing, cropping, sniping, vomiting, jilting, disclaiming, jettisoning, blacklisting, shearing, cutting, curtailing, disallowing, secreting, eliminating, blackballing, erupting, junking, lopping, exhausting, excreting, disgorging, ejaculating, draining, abandoning, disapproving, barring, deep-sixing, evacuating, spewing, belching, denying
- There is nothing, however, like taking things philosophically; so, after venting my spite at the weather in one or two short grumbles, I sat down in a passable state of equanimity to breakfast. - "Hudson Bay", R.M. Ballantyne.
- Let the husband beware, when things go wrong with him in business affairs, of venting his bitter feelings of disappointment and despair in the presence of his wife and family,- feelings which, while abroad, he finds it practicable to restrain. - "Routledge's Manual of Etiquette", George Routledge.
- His enemies were delighted with the opportunity of venting their long- suppressed spleen. - "Project Gutenberg History of The Netherlands, 1555-1623, Complete", John Lothrop Motley.