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A petition made by a defendant to have a case moved from one court to another, usually as in the second definition.
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  1. A petition made by a defendant to have a case moved from one court to another, usually as in the second definition.
  2. The fact of being removed.
  3. A removing or being removed
The process of changing or undergoing change in one's thinking or in a position:
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  1. The process of changing or undergoing change in one's thinking or in a position:
  2. The act or process of moving back or away, especially from something hazardous, formidable, or unpleasant:
  3. (Mil.) The withdrawal of troops, ships, etc. from a position, esp. when forced by enemy attack
A statement printed or broadcast in a public forum which effects the withdrawal of an earlier assertion, and which concedes that the earlier assertion was in error.
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  1. A statement printed or broadcast in a public forum which effects the withdrawal of an earlier assertion, and which concedes that the earlier assertion was in error.
  2. The act of taking back or withdrawing (a statement, a plea, an accusation, or a condition of a contract); the withdrawing or taking back of a renunciation. See also renunciation. The act of taking back or withdrawing (a statement, a plea, an accusation, or a condition of a contract); the withdrawing or taking back of a renunciation. See also renunciation.
  3. The act of recanting or disavowing a previously held statement or belief.
Formal notice of this, esp. in writing
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  1. Formal notice of this, esp. in writing
  2. An oral or written statement that one is resigning a position or office:
  3. Patient submission; passive acceptance; acquiescence
An alienating or being alienated; specif., estrangement or detachment
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  1. An alienating or being alienated; specif., estrangement or detachment
  2. The act of alienating or the condition of being alienated; estrangement:
  3. In real property law, the voluntary and absolute transfer of title of possession, by gift, sale, or testamentary instrument, of real property from one to another. In real property law, the voluntary and absolute transfer of title of possession, by gift, sale, or testamentary instrument, of real property from one to another.
The act of abandoning property or a right with no intent of reclaiming it or of later giving it away or selling it. See also forfeiture, relinquishment, renunciation, surrender, and waiver.
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  1. The act of abandoning property or a right with no intent of reclaiming it or of later giving it away or selling it. See also forfeiture, relinquishment, renunciation, surrender, and waiver.
The withdrawal in a line or file of participants in a ceremony, especially clerics and choir members after a church service.
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  1. The withdrawal in a line or file of participants in a ceremony, especially clerics and choir members after a church service.
  2. The restoration of property by a grantee back to the previous owner by means of a legal conveyance.
  3. (Econ.) A temporary falling off of business activity during a period when such activity has been generally increasing
Extreme disgust, shock, or repugnance; feeling of great loathing
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  1. Extreme disgust, shock, or repugnance; feeling of great loathing
  2. (Medicine) The reduction of superficial inflammation in an affected body part, as by topical agents, in order to decrease inflammation in adjacent structures.
  3. (Archaic) A sudden, complete, and violent change of feeling; abrupt, strong reaction in sentiment
The act of a person or branch of government renouncing or abandoning an office, trust, sovereignty, privileges, or duties to which he or she is entitled, holds, or possesses by law. The act of a person or branch of government renouncing or abandoning an office, trust, sovereignty, privileges, or duties to which he or she is entitled, holds, or possesses by law.
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  1. The act of a person or branch of government renouncing or abandoning an office, trust, sovereignty, privileges, or duties to which he or she is entitled, holds, or possesses by law. The act of a person or branch of government renouncing or abandoning an office, trust, sovereignty, privileges, or duties to which he or she is entitled, holds, or possesses by law.
The act of relinquishing something.
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  1. The act of relinquishing something.
  2. Abandonment of a right or thing. See also abstention. Abandonment of a right or thing. See also abstention.
(Naut.) The distance due east or west from the meridian of its starting point covered by a ship on a given course
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  1. (Naut.) The distance due east or west from the meridian of its starting point covered by a ship on a given course
  2. The act of leaving.
  3. A divergence or deviation, as from an established rule, plan, or procedure:
A starting out, as on a trip or new course of action
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  1. A starting out, as on a trip or new course of action
  2. A divergence or deviation, as from an established rule, plan, or procedure:
  3. A departing, or going away
A way out; exit
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  1. A way out; exit
  2. The right to leave or go out:
  3. A path or opening for going out; an exit.
A way out.
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  1. A way out.
  2. The act of going away or out.
  3. A going out; departure
(Proper) The second book of the Pentateuch in the Bible, which describes this and gives the law of Moses
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  1. (Proper) The second book of the Pentateuch in the Bible, which describes this and gives the law of Moses
  2. A departure of a large number of people.
  3. A going out or forth, esp. in a large group
  1. Progress
  2. The condition underfoot as it affects one's headway in walking or riding:
  3. The suitability of ground for riding, walking etc.
A backup plan or contingency strategy; an alternative which can be used if something goes wrong with the main plan; a recourse.
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  1. A backup plan or contingency strategy; an alternative which can be used if something goes wrong with the main plan; a recourse.
  2. A retreat:
  3. A withdrawing; retreat
Something that retards or hinders
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  1. Something that retards or hinders
  2. The act or process of pulling back, especially an orderly troop withdrawal.
The act of pulling out; esp., removal, departure, withdrawal, etc.
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  1. The act of pulling out; esp., removal, departure, withdrawal, etc.
  2. Change from a dive to level flight. Used of an aircraft.
  3. A withdrawal, especially of troops.
Withdrawal from one's occupation or position, especially upon reaching a certain age.
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  1. Withdrawal from one's occupation or position, especially upon reaching a certain age.
  2. The portion of one's life after retiring from one's career.
  3. A retiring or being retired; specif., withdrawal from work, business, etc. because of age
The process of changing or undergoing change in one's thinking or in a position:
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  1. The process of changing or undergoing change in one's thinking or in a position:
  2. The act or process of moving back or away, especially from something hazardous, formidable, or unpleasant:
  3. A period of retirement or seclusion, for an individual or a group, for prayer, study, spiritual renewal, etc.
An ode or other poem written to retract something said in a previous poem
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  1. An ode or other poem written to retract something said in a previous poem
  2. A formal statement of retraction.
  3. A retraction
The act of recanting or something recanted
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The act of recanting or disavowing a previously held statement or belief.
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  1. The act of recanting or disavowing a previously held statement or belief.
  2. A formal statement of disavowal.
  3. Withdrawal, as of a statement, promise, charge, etc.
Find another word for withdrawal. In this page you can discover 32 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for withdrawal, like: removal, retreat, retraction, resignation, alienation, abandonment, recession, revulsion, abdication, relinquishment and departure.