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See also: deep six
Possibly in reference to the depth of a grave (six feet).
- (US, transitive) To throw overboard from a ship.
- (US, transitive) To get rid of.
- 2007, January 28, New York Times 
- First, the stark message to “eat less” of a particular food has been deep-sixed.
- 2007, January 28, New York Times