dis·ce·do[1]

  1. deviate
  2. leave
  3. to depart from
  4. to go away

Phrases with the word discedo


Synonyms for discedo

  • abeochange, depart from life, die, disappear, retire, to digress, to go away, to have been, to pass, vanish
  • aberrodeviate, escape, to wander
  • abscedodepart, leave, to go away
  • absistodesist, to go away
  • declinoavoid, deflect, deviate, digress, swerve, to turn aside, to turn away, turn away
  • desoloabandoned, foresake, leave, to desert, to forsake, to leave desolate
  • digredideviate, digress, to depart
  • digrediordeviate, digress, to depart
  • digressusdeparture, deviate, digress, digression, separation, to depart
  • dimittoabandon, dismiss, forgive, leave, leave behind, send away, to break up, to leave

Similar to discedo

  • disperdoto destroy
  • cedogo away, happen, proceed, to go, to grant, turn out, withdraw, yield
  • dispossessing wealth or worth, rich
  • discerpobreak up, disjoint, divide, sever, to dismember, to mangle
  • discessiodirection, management, ordering
  • discidiumdisagreement, division, separation, tearing apart
  • disciplinateaching
  • discipulusdisciple, learner, pupil, student
  • discobecome acquainted with, to learn
  • discordiadisagreement