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Synonyms for withdrawal

Synonyms for withdrawal

the act of leaving

the moving back of a military force in the face of enemy attack or after a defeat

a formal statement of disavowal

Synonyms for withdrawal

a retraction of a previously held position

the act of taking out money or other capital

avoiding emotional involvement

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the act of withdrawing blood, tumors, etc.

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the act of ceasing to participate in an activity

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a method of birth control in which coitus is initiated but the penis is deliberately withdrawn before ejaculation

formal separation from an alliance or federation

the termination of drug taking

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From this place we shall see them return with or without the order for the withdrawal of the dragoons, then we may judge which is greater, Mynheer Bowelt's honesty or his courage.
The postscript which she had made me add to my letter; the incomprehensible withdrawal from the employment in which she was prospering; the disheartening difficulties which had brought her to the brink of starvation; the degrading return to the man who had cruelly deceived her--all was explained, all was excused now
Playmore was likely to give up the investigation on my withdrawal from it.
Invoking everlasting destruction on the frequently-blackened eyes of Crouch, he threatened instant withdrawal of his patronage and support unless the polite pugilist hit, then and there, as hard as he could.
Her withdrawal had hinted at other things besides disease and pain.
You remember the outcry over the withdrawal of our Mediterranean Fleet?
During our long absence, it has suffered much from internal dissentions; and the withdrawal of my name, coupled with this and other circumstances, has occasioned its dissolution.
But, astounded as he was by the apparition of the dwarf among the Little Bethelites, and not free from a misgiving that it was the forerunner of some trouble or annoyance, he was compelled to subdue his wonder and to take active measures for the withdrawal of his parent, as the evening was now creeping on, and the matter grew serious.
Apprehensive of some evil, I roused my comrade, and we were engaged in a whispered conference concerning the unexpected withdrawal of the natives when all at once, from the depths of the grove, in full view of us where we lay, shoots of flame were seen to rise, and in a few moments illuminated the surrounding trees, casting, by contrast, into still deeper gloom the darkness around us.
Lindsey said he had no motive to conceal the withdrawals from the government, because he reported the get-out-the-vote spending on Arkansas campaign finance reports filed in June and December 1990.
Contract holders who elect IncomEdge Select lifetime withdrawals are guaranteed not to outlive their income and can receive annual withdrawals of 5% without annuitization.
IRA owners over the age of 70 1/2 are required to begin making regular withdrawals from their account, and a report by EBRI found that's the main reason withdrawals are made at all.
If there were such a thing as a "default" income planning strategy, systematic withdrawals might be it.
More recently, Bengen used similar assumptions to show that a higher initial withdrawal rate--closer to 5%--might be possible during the early, active years of retirement if withdrawals in later years grow more slowly than inflation.