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  • He withdrew his forces and played no further part in the campaign.
  • He withdrew from taking an active role in politics and never joined another party.
  • He did not withdraw, even though he had no chance of being elected.
  • He saw that the enemy force was too large and decided to withdraw without fighting.
  • Rose then withdrew from the public view for a second time.
  • However, some of these features have been withdrawn at a later date.
  • The album was released and remained on sale for one week before being withdrawn.
  • Once a claim or draw offer has been made, it cannot be withdrawn.
  • When he orders his troops to withdraw, he is killed by them.
  • The first one is to remain withdrawn into your own self.
  • After eight months of heavy fighting, the troops were withdrawn around the end of the year.
  • However, it was not a success and immediately withdrawn after only two performances.
  • It also became apparent that no other countries would withdraw from the tournament.
  • The fighting continued well into the afternoon, until the company was ordered to withdraw.
  • The following day he announced his decision to withdraw from the presidential race.
  • A charge is sometimes not necessary because the enemy withdraws from his position. Cited from The Plattsburg Manual, by O.O. Ellis and E.B. Garey
  • The original edition was withdrawn within three weeks of its release.
  • The following morning the army received a royal order to withdraw.
  • Positions were held onto until it was no longer possible for them to withdraw.
  • If I hit it in one shot, all of you must withdraw your forces and leave.
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Meaning of withdraw

  • verb Pull back or move away or backward
    The enemy withdrew, The limo pulled away from the curb
  • verb Remove (a commodity) from (a supply source)
    She drew $2,000 from the account, The doctors drew medical supplies from the hospital's emergency bank