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Imagine the scenario where I am searching for something and once I find it I identify it, then afterwards when I no longer need it I discard it. If at some point I need to identify it again I perform the search again and will succeed since it's still there.
The noun for the process of identifying something would most likely be "identification".
I'm pretty sure the word "discardation" is not an actual word, and "discard" or "discardure" just leaves me wanting for something less overlapping and more commonly used.
What would be a nice noun to describe the process of "discarding" something temporarily.
Looking at the thesaurus words like: remove, reject, cancel, reject, relinquish and the like come into play but I feel like those words have a more dramatic impact imposed behind them than I would like to portray. Something similar to dislocate perhaps, with an intention to remove. Disconnect seems like a good option yet I feel like I would have to change identify to connect if I choose to do so.