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De porting

Pronunciation of De Porting
/də pˈɔːtɪŋ/, /də pˈɔːtɪŋ/, /d_ə p_ˈɔː_t_ɪ_ŋ/

Synonyms for de porting

acquit (verb)

act, bear, carry, comport, conduct, deport, perform.

banish (verb)

ban, discard, discharge, dislodge, dispel, drive away, eject, eliminate, eradicate, evict, exclude, excommunicate, get rid of, isolate, ostracize, outlaw, proscribe, remove, rusticate, sequester, shake off, shut out, extradict.

conduct (verb)

acquit, behave, demean, go on, quit.

deport (verb)

cast out, dismiss, displace, exile, expatriate, expel, extradite, oust, relegate, transport, Expulse, ship out.

dismiss (verb)

abolish, banish, boot, bundle, chase, chuck, clear, decline, detach, disband, dispatch, dispense with, disperse, dispose of, dissolve, divorce, drive out, force out, kick out, let go, let out, lock out, push aside, push back, reject, release, relinquish, repel, repudiate, rid, send packing, shed, supersede, sweep away, turn out, brush off, send off, cast off, do without, show out, slough off, have done with.

displace (verb)

can, cashier, depose, dethrone, fire, replace, sack, succeed, supplant, take over, unmake, usurp, Discrown, Disenthrone, Disthrone, Uncrown, cut out, take the place of, step into shoes of.

do (verb)

appear, discourse, enact, fare, get along, get by, give, impersonate, make out, manage, operate, personate, play, playact, portray, present, produce, seem, put on, muddle through, acquit oneself, come on like, stagger along, render the role.

expel (verb)

bar, blackball, bust, dispossess, drum out, suspend, show the door, give the boot, give the hook, give walking papers, throw out on ear.

go on (verb)

advance, carry on, come about, endure, execute, hang on, happen, hold on, keep on, last, occur, persevere, persist, proceed, ramble, stay, take place, go ahead.

ostracize (verb)

avoid, blacklist, boycott, cut, drop, shun, snub, throw out, cold-shoulder, leave in the cold.

proscribe (verb)

censure, denounce, doom, embargo, forbid, interdict, prohibit, sentence, damn.

relegate (verb)

demote, lag.

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