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1. withdraw [ v ] pull back or move away or backward
Examples: "The enemy withdrew" "The limo pulled away from the curb"

Used in print:

(Jim Berry Pearson, The Maxwell Land Grant....)

Since the strength of the Mexicans had been underrated , too small a posse had been collected , and since the deputy had not been provided with search_warrants , MacPherson and his men decided it was much wiser to withdraw .

Synonyms retreat withdraw draw_back move_back recede retire pull_back pull_away Related Terms travel back_up recede retreat withdrawal

2. withdraw [ v ] withdraw from active participation
Examples: : "He retired from chess"

Used in print:

(Norman Kent, "The Watercolor Art of Roy M. Mason"...)

Gradually he withdrew from the shop altogether , and for the past thirty years , he has worked independently as a painter , except for his continued hunting and fishing expeditions .

(Kenneth Allsop, The Bootleggers and Their Era...)

`` But when I arrived and recognised a number of notorious characters I had thrown into the detective bureau basement half_a_dozen times , I knew I had been framed , and withdrew almost at_once '' .

(Vina Delmar, The Big Family....)

`` That 's true '' , Spencer agreed and withdrew himself from the conversation .

Synonyms retire withdraw Related Terms discontinue retire bow_out retiree retirement

3. withdraw [ v ] release from something that holds fast. connects, or entangles
Examples: "I want to disengage myself from his influence" "disengage the gears"

Used in print:

(J. W. C. Hagstrom et al., "Debilitating muscular...)

Repeated attempts to withdraw steroids entirely were unsuccessful because increased muscle weakness resulted , as_well_as fever , malaise , anorexia , anxiety , and an exacerbation of the anemia .

(Guy Bolton, The Olympians....)

The bodice beneath was buttoned and , withdrawing his lips from hers , he set her upright on his knee and started to undo it , unhurriedly as if she were a child .

Synonyms withdraw disengage Related Terms engage let_go_of unlock withdrawer

4. withdraw [ v ] cause to be returned
Examples: "recall the defective auto tires" The manufacturer tried to call back the spoilt yoghurt"

Used in print:

(Robert Wallace, "This Is the Way It Came About"...)

The Belgians were reluctant to withdraw their troops and often obstructed U._N. efforts .

(Richard Tiernan, "Land of the Silver Dollar,"...)

The management discreetly withdrew the green stuff into the office and gave the customers chips or checks or premium points .

Synonyms withdraw call_back call_in recall Related Terms take decommission callback

5. withdraw [ v ] take back what one has said
Examples: "He swallowed his words"

Used in print:

(Joseph Chadwick, No Land Is Free....)

Maybe I should withdraw my advice - no '' ?

Synonyms withdraw take_back unsay swallow Related Terms renounce withdrawal

6. withdraw [ v ] remove something concrete, as by lifting, pushing, taking off, etc.; or remove something abstract
Examples: "remove a threat" "remove a wrapper" "Remove the dirty dishes from the table" "take the gun from your pocket" "It withdraws heat from the environment"

Synonyms remove take take_away withdraw Related Terms dig draw extract shed draw unpack take_off take_away take_away clean scoop dislodge wipe_off tear_away clear skim de-iodinate amputate take_out aspirate brush muck clear discharge lift strip empty degas unsaddle knock_out aspirate draw_off leach pick draw wash flick strip strip strip seed pit defuse wear_away defang bone disembowel shuck unhinge clean shell tusk hull dehorn scalp crumb lift unstring exenterate enucleate enucleate harvest burl chip_away ream desorb pull demineralise eliminate clear_out winnow dredge ablate stem tip clean strip scale circumcise undock decorticate excavate extirpate scavenge spoon resect shuck string shell condense unveil weed unburden hypophysectomize lift head bail_out bur husk detoxify delete ladle unbrace gut depilate clean de-ionate decarbonize delouse leach bail clear_off decalcify unsling subtract removal withdrawal

7. withdraw [ v ] keep away from others
Examples: "He sequestered himself in his study to write a book"

Used in print:

(The Christian Science Monitor...)

The turtle immediately withdrew into its private council room to study the phenomenon .

Synonyms seclude withdraw sequestrate sequester Related Terms isolate adjourn withdrawer seclusion

8. withdraw [ v ] retire gracefully
Examples: "He bowed out when he realized he could no longer handle the demands of the chairmanship"

Synonyms withdraw bow_out Related Terms retire retire withdrawal

9. withdraw [ v ] lose interest
Examples: "he retired from life when his wife died"

Synonyms withdraw retire Related Terms tire chicken_out retire withdrawer

10. withdraw [ v ] break from a meeting or gathering
Examples: "We adjourned for lunch" "The men retired to the library"

Synonyms retire withdraw adjourn Related Terms close prorogue seclude adjournment meet

11. withdraw [ v ] remove (a commodity) from (a supply source)
Examples: "She drew $2,000 from the account" "The doctors drew medical supplies from the hospital's emergency bank"

Synonyms draw draw_off take_out withdraw Related Terms deposit remove tap overdraw divest hive_off cheque draw withdrawal withdrawer

12. withdraw [ v ] make a retreat from an earlier commitment or activity
Examples: "We'll have to crawfish out from meeting with him" "He backed out of his earlier promise" "The aggressive investment company pulled in its horns"

Synonyms back_away back_out crawfish crawfish_out withdraw pull_back pull_in_one's_horns retreat Related Terms withdrawer withdrawer

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