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Abandonment

Synonyms for abandonment:

Sense 1

unrestraint, Demission, quitclaim, wantonness.

Sense 2

incontinence.

Sense 3

wildness.

withdrawal

evacuation.

zeal

fanaticism.

Sense 2 (noun)

waiver, Demission, quitclaim.

abandon (noun)

unrestraint, wildness, lightheartedness, wantonness.

abandonment (noun)

forsaking, abdication, tergiversation, resignation, desertion, relinquishment, discontinuation, apostasy, withdrawal, vacation, surrender, defection.

abdication (noun)

renunciation, resignation, quitclaim, surrender, waiver, relinquishment.

act (noun)

forsaking, desertion.

cessation (noun)

ending, interruption, stay, cessation, hiatus, halt, termination, closure, standstill, discontinuance, end, pause, stoppage.

closing (noun)

shutdown.

departure (noun)

exit, exodus, departure, leave-taking, parting, embarkation.

desolation (noun)

barrenness, inhospitability, bleakness, loneliness, desert, emptiness, starkness.

disuse (noun)

obsoleteness, refusal, desuetude, rejection, Rustiness, disuse.

forsaking (noun)

desertion, dereliction.

hopelessness (noun)

disheartenment, anguish, spiritlessness, despondency, discouragement, desperation, despair, dispiritedness, forlornness, melancholy, heartlessness, misery, cheerlessness, pessimism, depression, dejection, gloominess, hopelessness, glumness, moroseness, downheartedness.

leaving (noun)

departure.

quitclaim (noun)

renouncement.

rejection (noun)

eradication, curtailment, Blackballing, expulsion, ejection, exclusion, elimination, denial, blacklisting, Disallowance, repudiation, disapproval.

relinquishment (noun)

release, renunciation, capitulation, waiver, Disclamation, dereliction.

renunciation (noun)

about-face, betrayal, disavowal, crossing, abnegation, backsliding, turnabout, Retractation, renouncement.

resignation (noun)

retirement, acceptance.

riddance (noun)

riddance, dismissal, relegation, cancellation, disposal.

closing (verb)

shutdown.

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