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Another word for withdraw

  1. To move (something) from a position occupied

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  2. To pull back in

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  3. To move or proceed away from a place

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  4. To move back in the face of enemy attack or after a defeat

  5. To remove from association with

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  6. To disavow (something previously written or said) irrevocably and usually formally

      1. To renounce under oath; forswear.
      2. To recant solemnly; renounce or repudiate:
      3. To give up (rights, allegiance, etc.) under oath; renounce
      1. To request return of (a product) to the manufacturer, as for necessary repairs or adjustments.
      2. To be reminiscent of; seem similar to:
      3. To call back; ask or order to return; specif., to ask purchasers to return (an imperfect or dangerous product), often so that a manufacturing defect can be corrected
      1. To withdraw or renounce (beliefs or statements formerly held), esp. in a formal or public manner
      2. To make a formal retraction or disavowal of (a statement or belief to which one has previously committed oneself).
      1. To withdraw or disavow (a statement, promise, offer, charge, etc.); recant
      2. To draw back:
      3. To take back; disavow:
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Another word for withdraw

  1. To retire

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  2. To remove from use or circulation

      1. To withdraw, repeal, rescind, cancel, or annul (a law, permit, etc.)
      2. (Card Games) To fail to follow suit when required and able to do so; renege
      3. To invalidate or cause to no longer be in effect, as by voiding or canceling:
      1. To make void; repeal or annul.
      2. To revoke, repeal, or cancel (a law, order, etc.)
      1. To do away with completely; put an end to; esp., to make (a law, etc.) null and void
      2. (Archaic) To destroy completely.
      3. To do away with; put an end to; annul:
      1. To withdraw officially or formally; revoke; cancel; annul
      2. (Obsolete) To summon back or recall, especially from exile.
      3. To revoke or rescind, especially by the action of a legislature.
      1. To make no longer binding under the law; invalidate; cancel
      2. To bring to an end the effect or existence of; cancel out:
      1. To cancel or repeal by authority; annul
      2. To abolish, do away with, or annul, especially by authority:
      1. To forbid; prohibit; refuse consent to
      2. To forbid, prohibit, or decide against:
      3. To prevent or delay (a legislative bill) from becoming law by exercising the power of veto.
      1. To put down by force; subdue; quell; crush
      2. To restrain the growth, activity, or release of:
      3. (Electronics) To eliminate or weaken (an unwanted oscillation, echo, etc.) in a circuit
      1. To put down or subdue by force:
      2. To hold back or prevent by an act of volition:
      3. To control so strictly or severely as to prevent the natural development or expression of
      1. To cause to retire from a position, job, or office
      2. To cause to withdraw from one's usual field of activity:
      3. To withdraw from one's occupation or position, especially upon reaching a certain age; stop working.
      1. To prohibit, as by official order, from doing, using, appearing, happening, etc.; forbid; censor
      2. To prohibit (an action) or forbid the use of (something), especially by official decree:
      3. (South African) Under the former system of apartheid, to deprive (a person suspected of illegal activity) of the right of free movement and association with others.
      1. To rule out; except:
      2. To obstruct by means of a bar or bars; shut off; close
      3. To fasten with or as with a bar
      1. (Law) to make legally invalid.
      2. To prevent from happening
      3. To counteract the force or effectiveness of.
      1. To disown (a child, for example).
      2. To refuse to accept or support; deny the validity or authority of (a belief, a treaty, etc.)
      3. To deny the truth of (a charge, etc.)
      1. To direct that (a charge) apply to the person receiving instead of making a telephone call.
      2. To turn backward, in an opposite position or direction, upside down, or inside out
      3. To turn inside out or upside down:
      1. To withdraw or disavow (a statement, promise, offer, charge, etc.); recant
      2. To take back; disavow:
      3. To draw back:
      1. To make invalid; deprive of legal force
      1. To put an end to or destroy:
      2. To put down or suppress forcibly and completely:
      3. To annul or put an end to (a court order, indictment, or court proceedings).
      1. To cause to disappear or vanish; dispel:
      2. To become liquid; melt:
      3. To reduce (solid matter) to liquid form; melt.
  3. To remove

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