Synonyms for Discharge:

n.

arc light, brownout, active. disburden, dump, pursuit, put in, practice, transaction, action. carry out, emancipate, manumit, pursue, go about, take, act. bail out, escapee, spare, breakout, escaped, let off, bail, bust out, dispense, break out. drive out, evict, flow, hound, exile, starve out, banish. boot, give out, issue from, cashier, beam, give off, bounce, stream, generate, ax, send out. implement, retire, give someone notice, pay off, fulfill, perform, lay off, ease out, pension off, execute, DO. complication, hallucination, crisis, pathology, etiology, aetiology, liquidate, perforation, square, satisfy, chill, dehydration. exchange, friendly fire, fire fight, drive-by, fusillade, crossfire. acquittal (noun)
amnesty, exoneration, freedom, vindication, acquittal, exculpation, absolution, liberation, dismissal, release, clearance, forgiveness, defrayal.
departures (noun)
exodus, pullout, vacation, egress.
detonation (noun)
firing, fusillade, report, explosion.
discharge (noun)
assoil, liberation, unload, drop, empty, expel, complete, exonerate, release, electric arc, electric discharge, eject, run, outpouring, set down, dispatch, expelling, dismissal, sacking, venting, fire, emission, muster out, exculpate, sack, clear, spark, waiver, arc, free, dismission, acquit, firing off, firing.
dismissal (noun)
excuse, stay, exception, concession, dispensation, liberty, immunity, waiver, privilege, reprieve, relief, exemption, license, permission, pardon.
dismissal from responsibility (noun)
ax, bounce.
emission (noun)
flow, ooze.
excretion (noun)
ejaculation, extravasation, exudation, emission, excretion, secretion, effusion, transudation, evacuation, elimination.
explosion (noun)
detonation.
forgiveness (noun)
pardon.
freedom (noun)
liberty.
loud noise (noun)
report.
outpouring (noun)
effusion, outpouring.
payment (noun)
fee, wage, installment, salary, remuneration, reckoning, disbursement, repayment, incentive, payroll, retribution, compensation, payment, wages, settlement, expenditure, reimbursement.
payment of debt (noun)
liquidation, settlement, disbursement.
pouring forth (noun)
vent, ooze, exudation, elimination, secretion, flow, emission, excretion.
setting free (noun)
clearance, liberation, release, pardon, exoneration, acquittal.
shooting (noun)
explosion, detonation, gunfire, report, shooting.

v.

acquit (verb)
clear, forgive, vindicate, dismiss, acquit, exonerate, defray, liberate, exculpate, absolve, free.
carry out responsibility (verb)
fulfill, perform, DO, execute.
discharge (verb)
extravasate, transude, effuse.
dismiss from responsibility (verb)
discard, fire, relieve, let off, disburden, exempt, cashier, spare, excuse, unload, dispense, lay off, eject.
excrete (verb)
emit, excrete, secrete, exude, evacuate, eliminate.
exit (verb)
exit, issue, outgo, run off, outflow, spout, depart.
pay (verb)
disburse, remit, repay, Retribute, compensate, reimburse, bankroll, reward, refund, settle, dole, remunerate, pay.
pay, settle debt (verb)
liquidate, satisfy.
pour forth (verb)
empty, excrete, vomit, exude, erupt, emit, spew, give off, break out.
reject (verb)
abandon, chop, seep, drain, disclaim, excise, belch, junk, check, erupt, deep-six, exude, eliminate, shear, scrap, jilt, shed, blacklist, evacuate, cut, disgorge, emit, lop, eject, reject, deny, oppugn, snip, disapprove, excrete, cull, blackball, trash, exclude, clip, jettison, secrete, bar, spew, discard, vomit, crop, disallow, vent, curtail, exhaust.
set free (verb)
clear, emancipate, manumit, exonerate, dismiss, acquit, liberate, expel, absolve.
social (verb)
dispatch, free, complete.

Other synonyms:

explosion, fire fight, incur, bust out, transaction, pursuit, escaped, friendly fire, give off, practice, drive-by, amortize, liquidation, issue from, ease out, escapee, removal. spare, perforation, fulfill, bail, send out, implement, crisis, dehydration. bail out, break out, stream, breakout, boot, action. liquidate, let off, generate. dispense. compound, open up, bounce. exchange, satisfy. chill. lay off, separate. fight. cover. carry out
DO.
comply
give out.
current
flow.
dismiss
ax.
dump
deep-six, jettison.
expel
expel.
explosion
detonation.
forgive
exculpate.
free
manumit.
give off
effuse.
lay off
pay off.
ooze
transude.
pay
remunerate.
rid
disburden.
shot
gunfire.
square
square.
Other relevant words:
dispatch, spare, detonation, disburden, transaction, execute, cashier, fire, dump, send out, liquidate, break out, liquidation, pay off, give off, carry out, lay off, explosion, electric discharge, unload, removal, practice, empty, expel, perform, amortize, retire, bounce, satisfy, fulfill, fire off, sack, DO.

Usage examples for discharge

  1. These, I doubt not, they will discharge and that is all I desire." – The Siege of Boston by Allen French
  2. We sail at once for Callao and back to an American port of discharge – "Where Angels Fear to Tread" and Other Stories of the Sea by Morgan Robertson
  3. A slight bloody discharge may be expected to continue until five or six weeks after the child was born. – The Prospective Mother A Handbook for Women During Pregnancy by J. Morris Slemons