withdraw


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  • verb

Synonyms for withdraw

Synonyms for withdraw

to move (something) from a position occupied

to pull back in

to move back in the face of enemy attack or after a defeat

to remove from association with

to disavow (something previously written or said) irrevocably and usually formally

Synonyms for withdraw

withdraw from active participation

release from something that holds fast, connects, or entangles

cause to be returned

take back what one has said

keep away from others

retire gracefully

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remove something concrete, as by lifting, pushing, or taking off, or remove something abstract

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But in a March 14 letter to supporters, he said he planned to withdraw after reports surfaced that he had twice been convicted of shoplifting during the 1990s and had falsely claimed to have two master's degrees from USC.
Withdrawal limits: The $100,000 limit on penalty-free withdrawals means individuals cannot withdraw more than a combined total of $100,000 from all of their retirement plans.
An attorney shall not be permitted to withdraw from an action unless the withdrawal is approved by the court.
It also upheld the auditor's right to withdraw from an engagement when the client requests conduct that is not in keeping with GAAP or GAAS.
Representative Ron Paul (R-Texas)--a perennial opponent of the United Nations who has introduced measures in successive sessions of Congress to withdraw the U.
Generally, the beneficiary may withdraw fund earnings tax free if the amounts do not exceed the QEEs incurred for that year.
Matz allowed Campbell to withdraw Thursday from the case.
2056(b)(7) if, under the terms of the testamentary QTIP trust, the surviving spouse has the "power, exercisable annually, to compel the trustee to withdraw from the IRA an amount equal to all the income earned on the assets held by the IRA" and to pay that amount to the surviving spouse.
On Monday, umpires sued the AL and NL in federal court in Philadelphia, seeking a court order that would allow them to withdraw the resignations before the Sept.
Trust beneficiaries are granted a right to withdraw all or a portion of the annual transfers to the trust, with the withdrawal right typically lapsing after a stated period of time.
A case marked by four years of pretrial motions and delays was resolved Monday when the former operator of a children's horse-riding program lost her bid to withdraw her guilty plea to animal abuse.
The Service sought to prohibit a trust beneficiary from waiving his right to receive future Crummey notices and waiving his right to withdraw any future gifts.
Cheri Mathews, 38, was sent off to prison Tuesday, but only after she said she wanted to withdraw her plea bargain, then decided she wanted to stick to it after all.
To claim a loss from an abnormal retirement, a taxpayer must permanently withdraw the ass from use in a trade or busines (such is by disposition, abandonment or other withdrawal from productive use, such as transfering the asset to a scrap or supplies account (Regs.
Therefore, effective immediately we formally withdraw all offers and proposal(s) made by New West/Rodgers to Los Angeles Unified School District,'' he wrote.