To cast aside

Related to To cast aside: cast doubt on
to throw or push aside; to neglect; to reject as useless or inconvenient.

See also: Cast

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
References in classic literature ?
Therefore, if Blucher ever sees the inside of a mosque, he will have to cast aside his humanity and go in his natural character.
While calling on Lebanese compatriots from all sects to coexist in a peaceful country, he urged the Syrian people to cast aside what he termed as "wanton killing." He urged them to do so in the true spirit of Islam.
Prof Carlo Strenger of Tel Aviv University said: "As people live longer, fuller lives, we have to cast aside that stereotype."
The coroner told the 11 jurors to cast aside "any emotion" over the innocent Brazilian's shooting after hearing more than seven weeks of evidence.
VETERAN screen siren Sofia Loren has promised to cast aside her bus pass - and everything else - if Napoli seal promotion back to Serie A.
The Knitters, fresh from their vital 1-0 away success at Alfreton Town at the weekend, go to Bower Fold in a confident frame of mind and determined to cast aside the hoodoo that the Celts recently have over them.
The DNC declined to make Dean available to The Advocate to comment on this story, but spokesman Damien LaVera says there is no concentrated effort to cast aside outspoken candidates who favor same-sex marriage or take other controversial stands.
The study of 2,000 children in the region, aged between four and 11, showed they want to cast aside their games consoles and TVs in favour of spending more time outdoors, but 'dirt phobic' parents object.
Children from the North East want to cast aside their games consoles and televisions in favour of getting dirty outdoors, a survey has revealed.
Shared grounds work well in Europe and it's time to cast aside tribal objections and accept this would benefit both clubs
But undoubtedly the match of the round will be that between Cwmbran Town and former cup holders Barry, while Rhayader will try to cast aside their disappointing league form - they are rooted at the bottom of the table - when they travel to Carmarthen.
But his own extended metaphor, in showing the comparison that starts as a resolution of the dissonance between his father's decline and his own assault at perfection, is too powerful to cast aside as abruptly as he does.