Another word for withdraw
To remove from use or circulation
revoke, rescind, abolish, repeal, annul, abrogate, veto, suppress, repress, retire, stamp out, declare illegal, ban, bar, nullify, repudiate, reverse, retract, throw overboard, invalidate, quash, dissolve.
Antonyms introduce, put on the record, establish*.
Another word for withdrawverb
To move (something) from a position occupied:remove, take, take away, take off, take out. See move
To pull back in:draw in, retract. See show
To move or proceed away from a place:depart, exit, get away, get off, go, go away, leave1, pull out, quit, retire, run (along). (Informal) cut out, push off, shove off. (Slang) blow1, split, take off. Idioms: hit the road, take leave. See approach
To move back in the face of enemy attack or after a defeat:draw back, fall back, pull back, pull out, retire, retreat. Idioms: beat a retreat, give ground (or way). See forward
To remove from association with:abstract, detach, disassociate, disengage, dissociate. See assemble
To disavow (something previously written or said) irrevocably and usually formally:abjure, recall, recant, retract, take back. See accept