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To help you avoid using the same word too repetitively, redundantly, recurrently, incessantly, etc., etc.

Why synonyms can be useful

Your writing can sound boring if you continually keep repeating the same words. When you create sentences, you can make them more interesting by using words that mean the same as the word you are speaking about. This allows you to add flavor to your writing.

In order to make language a lot more expressive and interesting you should try to vary the words you use as often as you can.

Synonyms for (verb) withdraw

Synonyms: withdraw, seclude, sequester, sequestrate Definition: keep away from others Usage: He sequestered himself in his study to write a book

Hypernyms: isolate, insulate Definition: place or set apart Usage: They isolated the political prisoners from the other inmates

Synonyms: unsay, withdraw, swallow, take back Definition: take back what one has said Usage: He swallowed his words

Hypernyms: disown, renounce, repudiate Definition: cast off Usage: She renounced her husband; The parents repudiated their son

Synonyms: withdraw, disengage Definition: release from something that holds fast, connects, or entangles Usage: I want to disengage myself from his influence; disengage the gears

Hypernyms: let go, let go of, release, relinquish Definition: release, as from one's grip Usage: Let go of the door handle, please!; relinquish your grip on the rope--you won't fall

Synonyms: withdraw, retire Definition: lose interest Usage: he retired from life when his wife died

Hypernyms: pall, tire, fatigue, jade, weary Definition: lose interest or become bored with something or somebody Usage: I'm so tired of your mother and her complaints about my food

Synonyms: retire, retreat, pull away, pull back, recede, withdraw, draw back, move back Definition: pull back or move away or backward Usage: The enemy withdrew; The limo pulled away from the curb

Hypernyms: go, locomote, travel, move Definition: change location; move, travel, or proceed, also metaphorically Usage: How fast does your new car go?; We travelled from Rome to Naples by bus; The policemen went from door to door looking for the suspect; The soldiers moved towards the city in an attempt to take it before night fell; news travelled fast

Synonyms: withdraw, draw, draw off, take out Definition: remove (a commodity) from (a supply source) Usage: She drew $2,000 from the account; The doctors drew medical supplies from the hospital's emergency bank

Hypernyms: remove, withdraw, take, take away Definition: remove something concrete, as by lifting, pushing, or taking off, or remove something abstract Usage: remove a threat; remove a wrapper; Remove the dirty dishes from the table; take the gun from your pocket; This machine withdraws heat from the environment

Synonyms: call back, call in, recall, withdraw Definition: cause to be returned Usage: recall the defective auto tires; The manufacturer tried to call back the spoilt yoghurt

Hypernyms: take Definition: take into one's possession Usage: We are taking an orphan from Romania; I'll take three salmon steaks

Synonyms: retire, withdraw Definition: withdraw from active participation Usage: He retired from chess

Hypernyms: cease, quit, give up, stop, discontinue, lay off Definition: put an end to a state or an activity Usage: Quit teasing your little brother

Synonyms: bow out, withdraw Definition: retire gracefully Usage: He bowed out when he realized he could no longer handle the demands of the chairmanship

Hypernyms: retire Definition: go into retirement; stop performing one's work or withdraw from one's position Usage: He retired at age 68

Synonyms: adjourn, withdraw, retire Definition: break from a meeting or gathering Usage: We adjourned for lunch; The men retired to the library

Hypernyms: close, close down, close up, shut down, fold Definition: cease to operate or cause to cease operating Usage: The owners decided to move and to close the factory; My business closes every night at 8 P.M.; close up the shop