To thrust away

to push away; to reject.

See also: Thrust

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
References in classic literature ?
She tried to thrust away the too overpowering thought of her own relief, lest she should fail to win some sign that Rosamond's affection was yearning back towards her husband.
The outside thermal hot tub is a must, whatever the weather, and is specially designed to thrust away your stresses and strains using powerful jets of water.
"to thrust away the hand," It is derived from a gesture of refusing to hold a hand in an expression of unity and allegiance, rather pushing back, thrusting away a hand, a symbolic gesture which expresses a rejection of a treaty allegiance.