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bequeath to leave or dispose of (property) by a will. [1/2 definitions]
clearance sale a sale of retail merchandise designed to dispose of inventory, as of seasonal stock, usu. at reduced prices.
dispatch to do or dispose of promptly and quickly. [1/7 definitions]
disposition the authority or freedom to dispose of or control. [1/6 definitions]
eliminate to dispose of, remove, or destroy. [1/3 definitions]
embattle to dispose or prepare (troops or a fortification) for battle. [1/2 definitions]
fob2 to dispose of (an item or items) in a deceitful way (usu. fol. by "off"). [1/2 definitions]
garnishment a legal notice directing someone not to dispose of a defendant's money or property until the court case involving the defendant is completed. [1/2 definitions]
kick upstairs (informal) to promote (someone) to a seemingly higher-level job having less responsibility, so as to both flatter and dispose of this person.
redispose combined form of dispose.
sell out to dispose of all of one's goods by selling. [1/3 definitions]
settle someone's hash to dispose of or subdue.
superannuate to discard, dispose of, or set aside as out of date, old-fashioned, or the like. [1/3 definitions]
unload to dispose of by selling cheaply or at a loss. [1/6 definitions]
will2 in law, a declaration indicating how one wishes to dispose of his or her property after death. [1/14 definitions]