Synonyms for Discharges:
Freedoms, Licenses, stays, amnesties, excuses, reprieves, Liberties, releases, exceptions, absolutions, pardons, Immunities, exemptions, privileges, concessions, waivers, dispensations, permissions, dismissals.
•electricity (plural) (noun)
back planes, insulators, Frequencies, CRTs, diodes, connections, Televisions, polarities, sparks, shocks, resistors, CPUs, Memories, conductors, triodes, monitors, Charges, transmitters, ICs, positives, closed circuits, microphones, computers, currents, capacitors, voltages, wattages, short circuits, transistors, ohms, receivers, videos, kilohertz, processors, Amplifiers, tweeters, networks, cycles, radars, mother boards, electronics, circuit cards, Electrodes, direct currents, radios, circuits, watts, amperes, tubes, Anodes, megahertz, speakers, Cathodes, negatives, volts.
ejaculations, exudations, Secretions, evacuations, excretions, transudations, effusions, emissions.
Fees, Incentives, wages, retributions, reimbursements, payrolls, Expenditures, Remunerations, refunds, Rewards, bankrolls, Salaries, payments, installments, settlements, repayments, deposits, disbursements, compensations.
defrays, acquits, exculpates, dismisses, exonerates, vindicates, forgives, frees, liberates, clears, absolves.
relieves, excepts, dispels, exempts, Permits.
ejaculates, excretes, secretes, emits, evacuates, eliminates, exudes.
toils, exerts, Exercises, expends, employs, wields, labors, applies.
departs, outflows, spouts, issues, Outgoes, exits, runs off.
reimburses, remunerates, doles, pays, compensates, disburses, remits, settles, repays.
disapproves, Chops, sheds, excretes, ejaculates, deep-sixes, disclaims, excludes, belches, Culls, rejects, blacklists, abandons, junks, vomits, exhausts, bars, jettisons, spews, Clips, disgorges, drains, disallows, snips, crops, seeps, vents, emits, curtails, erupts, oppugns, shears, cuts, secretes, checks, ejects, excises, eliminates, blackballs, lops, jilts, evacuates, scraps, Denies, discards, exudes, trashes.
Usage examples for discharges
On the 19th of July, he arrived where the river discharges itself into a narrow arm of the sea thus showing that a communication between the west and east of North America was open to mankind. – A Letter from Major Robert Carmichael-Smyth to His Friend, the Author of 'The Clockmaker' by Robert Carmichael-Smyth