She is not going to pull a Sarah Palin and ditch her constituents.
You ditch worn out habits and routines— the same old group playing the same old games—for new toys and tricks, puns intended.
Those are hideously bad ideas that have driven us into the ditch we're in.
He was reportedly forced to ditch Koo, after it emerged that she had once appeared naked in a film of dubious quality.
ditch the calorie talk and let her see you make healthy food choices most of the time, without agonizing over your food.
There is a ditch close around it on the inside, seven feet deep by thirty-five feet wide.
I went racing, but a half mile north I skidded into the ditch.
The automobile reached the crest of the hill, skidded and started toward the ditch.
Good Indian took one long step over the ditch, and went on steadily.
Already he had leapt across the ditch, and was rapidly striding across the reeds towards the cliff.
Old English dic "ditch, dike," a variant of dike (q.v.). Last ditch (1715) refers to the last line of military defenses.
late 14c., "surround with a ditch; dig a ditch;" from ditch (n.). Meaning "to throw into a ditch" is from 1816, hence sense of "abandon, discard," first recorded 1899 in American English. Of aircraft, by 1941. Related: Ditched; ditching.