American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. The act of removing.
- n. The fact of being removed.
- n. Relocation, as of a residence or business.
- n. Dismissal, as from office.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of removing, in any sense of that word. Synonyms Displacement, dislodgment, transference, withdrawal, dismissal, ejection, elimination, suppression, abatement.
- n. The process of moving, or the fact of being removed
- n. The relocation of a business etc
- n. The dismissal of someone from office
- n. Ireland a funeral ceremony involving prayers and meeting of the family, usually at the home of the deceased, and normally held on the evening prior to burial.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. The act of removing, or the state of being removed.
- n. dismissal from office
- n. the act of removing
- remove + -al (Wiktionary)
“Seems like the port wine stain removal is akin to tatoo removal.”
“The XTension also includes a label removal feature that quickly strips the Nametag labels from the QuarkXPress document.”
“However, it appears that Congressional leaders are saying that the removal is “irreversible.””
“The Cambodian Embassy in Bangkok has requested the video's removal from the website.”
“There will never ever be “clean coal” technology as long as mountain top removal is allowed.”
“Ward's removal is apparently tied to the fact that he is contractually obligated to deliver a "Hitman 2" script, but Sony, along with producer Avi Arad, wants "Uncharted" turned around quickly.”
“Rust removal is an enormous hassle, normally involving lots of elbow grease, steel wool, and sweat.”
“Exercise was never permitted, just a dark hole 24 hours a day, talking to fellow prisoners would, and did, result in removal and execution on two specific occasions I can remember.”
“Support for mountain top removal is just the latest in a long series of decisions that have harmed the people of West Virginia and kept them in poverty.”
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