discard your alcohol and dispose of your pork “The Muslims Are Coming!”
Meanwhile, remove the brisket from the refrigerator and discard the plastic covering.
His past lives all display a remarkable bloodlust, one he continues to discard.
1590s, literally "to throw a card away," from dis- "away" + card (n.). Figurative use (in a non-gaming sense) is first recorded 1580s. In the card-playing sense, decard is attested by 1550s. Related: Discarded; discarding. As a noun, from 1742.