Definition of WITHDRAW

to move back or away (as from something difficult, dangerous, or disagreeable) <the army was forced to withdraw from the line of battle>
Antonyms advance
to solemnly or formally reject or go back on (as something formerly adhered to) <withdrew the offer of surrender upon hearing the terms>
Antonyms adhere (to)
to take away from a place or position <withdrew her hand from the table>
Near Antonyms mount; anchor, clamp, fix, hitch, moor, secure, set; embed (also imbed), entrench (also intrench), implant, ingrain (also engrain), lodge, root; set up, site, situate, stick
Antonyms place, position, put

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