Synonyms for Leave:

n.

draw out, come away. bother, neglect, ask, let nature take its course, stand by, inquire, abstain, omit to do something, refrain, sit by, request, can't bring yourself to do something, make no move. call forth, result in, bring forth, translate, go down, meet, provoke, decide. lay, put, put down, place, balance, settle, pile, set, position. bequest, be descended from, beneficiary, come down to, claimant, come into, come to, birthright. blot out, slip your mind/memory, repress, erase, obliterate, put something behind you, lose sight of. dump, finish with, break off, defriend, split up, break up, cut off, fall out. comp time, half-day, career gapper, coffee break, compassionate leave, educational leave, down time. lay aside, save on, deep-six, phase out, saver, swear off, skimp, save, lay up, lay down. authorization (noun)
approval.
leave (noun)
consent, depart, forget, farewell, furlough, go forth, sabbatical, allowance, leave of absence, parting, dispensation, entrust, leave alone, will, lead, bequeath, result, pull up stakes, vacation, leave behind, leave-taking, provide for, go away, allow, allow for.
permission (noun)
permission, consent, dispensation, allowance.
remains (noun)
balance.
time (noun)
leave of absence.

v.

depart, abandon physically (verb)
split.
withdraw (verb)
drop out.

Other synonyms:

allowance, devise, decide. cut out, break off. terminate, break up, translate. cut off, go down. walk. split, blow. dump. abandon
let go, leave behind.
break camp
pull up stakes.
dump
deep-six.
relinquish
swear off, lay aside.

Usage examples for leave

  1. " You won't leave him, will you? – Peter A Novel of Which He is Not the Hero by F. Hopkinson Smith
  2. Do not leave anything for me. – Memoirs of James Robert Hope-Scott, Volume 2 by Robert Ornsby
  3. " I will leave you," said he. – Oddsfish! by Robert Hugh Benson