letting go

letting go
Synonyms and related words:
abandonment, abjuration, cession, dispensation, disposal, disposition, dumping, forgoing, forswearing, getting rid of, giving up, recantation, release, relinquishment, renunciation, resignation, retraction, riddance, sacrifice, surrender, swearing off, yielding

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