Synonyms for Ditch:

n.

bank, airlift, captain, buzz, drop, down, eject, come down, climb. fall out, cut off, leave, finish with, break up, break off, defriend, split up. cavern, fissure, chasm, rift, crevice, cave, pothole, crevasse. body of water (noun)
gulf, inlet, bayou, fiord, pool, pond, estuary, lake, puddle, sound, cove, well, strait, reservoir, tank, bay, lagoon, ocean.
conduit (noun)
channel, course, trench, culvert, sewer, gutter, sluice, way, passage, aqueduct, canal, conduit, duct, pipe.
ditch (noun)
chuck, trench, dump.
groove (noun)
cut, incision, dado, rut, ravine, groove, slot, furrow, flute, corrugation, gully, trough.
gulley (noun)
channel, cut, furrow, gutter, trench, canal, moat.
trench (noun)
moat.
waterway (noun)
canal.

v.

get rid of (verb)
drop, scrap, dump, leave, discard, jettison, throw away, throw out, dispose of, junk.
reject (verb)
discard.

Other synonyms:

eliminate, cave, cavern, crevasse. bank, chasm, eject, jettison, pothole, airlift, junk. come down, captain. scrap, buzz. climb. drop. down. get rid of
discard.
Other relevant words:
cave, fissure, drop, junk, crevice, jettison, dump, moat, eject, down, chasm, come down, cavern, shed, eliminate, bank, rift, throw away, leave, do away with, scrap, remove, captain, throw out, chuck, dispose of, airlift, discard, crevasse.

Usage examples for ditch

  1. My coachman answered that if he did he might turn me into the ditch but the other insisted on it. – The Memoires of Casanova, Complete The Rare Unabridged London Edition Of 1894, plus An Unpublished Chapter of History, By Arthur Symons by Jacques Casanova de Seingalt
  2. " There was cover to within one hundred and fifty yards of the place; and there I, and poor little Jones; and the men, spent the night in a dry ditch – Tom Brown at Oxford by Thomas Hughes
  3. Just where the coach was running was a deep ditch – The Boys of Bellwood School by Frank V. Webster