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- v. To discard, to throw away, to toss out.
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Both shoes froze for fully half an instant, then leaped up and turned over to dump out the dottle.
Time enough to dump out the dirt and tuck his loincloth into the deerhide belt, then scramble forward onto the potatoes.
He'd astonished Thom by asking him to dump out the scotch and replace it with Hawaiian Punch.