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Another word for ditch

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Verb
  1. To let go or get rid of as being useless or defective, for example

    See also:

    keep

Another word for ditch

Noun
      1. A long, narrow, shallow trench made in the ground by a plow.
      2. A rut, groove, or narrow depression:
      3. A deep wrinkle in the skin, as on the forehead.
      1. A deep wide ditch, usually filled with water, typically surrounding a fortified medieval town, fortress, or castle as a protection against assault.
      2. A ditch similar to one surrounding a fortification:
      3. To surround with or as if with a moat.
      1. An artificial waterway or artificially improved river used for travel, shipping, or irrigation.
      2. A tube, duct, or passageway.
      3. One of the faint, hazy markings resembling straight lines on early telescopic images of the surface of Mars.
      1. A deep furrow or ditch.
      2. A long narrow ditch embanked with its own soil and used for concealment and protection in warfare.
      3. A long, steep-sided valley on the ocean floor.
Verb
  1. To make a ditch

      1. To draw off (a liquid) by a gradual process:
      2. To cause liquid to go out from; empty:
      3. To draw off the surface water of:
      1. A deep furrow or ditch.
      2. A long narrow ditch embanked with its own soil and used for concealment and protection in warfare.
      3. A long, steep-sided valley on the ocean floor.
      1. A long, narrow, shallow trench made in the ground by a plow.
      2. A rut, groove, or narrow depression:
      3. A deep wrinkle in the skin, as on the forehead.
    See also:

    dig

  2. To run into a ditch

      1. To run or cause to run off the rails.
      2. To come or bring to a sudden halt:
      1. To cause to turn over; upset or flip over:
      2. To cause to fall over; knock or topple over:
      3. To ransack:
      1. The action of sliding or slipping over a surface, often sideways.
      2. A plank, log, or timber, usually one of a pair, used as a support or as a track for sliding or rolling heavy objects.
      3. A pallet for loading or handling goods, especially one having solid sideboards and no bottom.
  3. *To get rid of