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Synonyms:

abut, adjoin, border, brush, butt on, caress, come together, communicate, contact, converge.
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Correct spelling:
Leaves
Definition:
The green deciduous expanded organ of a plant, in which the sap is elaborated by contact with the air and light; a part of a book containing two pages; the side of a window- shutter, folding- door, & c; a something resembling a leaf in thinness and extension; a very thin plate; the moveable side of a table.

Synonyms:

noun
permissions
Permits, concessions, sanctions, allowances, authorizations, blessings, passes, Freedoms, consents, tolerances, permissions, privileges, dispensations, Licenses, franchises, approvals, cartes blanche.
verb
abandons
abdicates, drops, surrenders, quits, discontinues, deserts, evacuates, forsakes, vacates, relinquishes, abandons, resigns, defects.
departs
decamps, parts, exits, withdraws, goes, embarks, departs, flees.
leaves
absents, abstracts, Empties, voids, omits.
rids
rejects, waives, disclaims, casts off, discards, jettisons, rids, capitulates, dismisses, lets go, vents, cancels, forgoes, dispels, disposes, releases, renounces, disowns, sheds, relegates, parts with.
Examples of usage:
  1. The leaves absolutely talk to you, as you turn them over. – A Bibliographical, Antiquarian and Picturesque Tour in France and Germany, Volume Two by Thomas Frognall Dibdin
  2. But when his arms have closed round her he leaves them there, and draws her to his heart, and lays his cheek against hers. – Faith and Unfaith by Duchess
  3. I have a couple of horses which will just suit you; the carriage shall meet you at Packham, and all you have got to do is to put yourself in the train which leaves King's Cross at twelve o'clock. – A Book of Ghosts by Sabine Baring-Gould
  4. He hastily drew aside the leaves and looked toward the spot where he saw him but a short time before. – Footprints in the Forest by Edward Sylvester Ellis
  5. General Gates leaves to us all the honour to be gained to- night. – Janice Meredith by Paul Leicester Ford

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