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Noun
An act of moving back or withdrawing
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“The troops would make their retreat in the midst of heavy bombardment.”
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A quiet or secluded place in which one can rest and relax
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“The treehouse offers a quiet retreat overlooking the forest canopy.”
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A period or place of seclusion for the purposes of prayer and meditation
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“She discovered that John had secretly gone into retreat to clear his mind.”
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The act of altering one's opinion about something
“The opposition welcomed the prime minister's retreat on the tax issue.”
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The action of fleeing or escaping
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A trip or a set amount of traveling
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A place that is frequented for holidays or recreation or for a particular purpose
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The movement or flow of the tide out to sea
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A hole or tunnel dug by a small animal, especially a rabbit, as a dwelling
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A shady sitting place, usually in a park or garden, and usually surrounded by vegetation
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The quality or state of being recreant
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A small and typically simple house, especially in the country
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A hollow space inside something
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A specialized facility that provides residence and care for people unable to look after themselves
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The act of coming back
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An extended period of leave from a person's usual pursuits
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Boat
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A room where a person can go to relax or engage in recreation
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A disorderly or panicked rush, typically involving the retreat of defeated troops
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A small coastal inlet
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The action of ceasing to resist an opponent or demand
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A place of residence for nuns
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Unconditional surrender
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Bombproof shelter
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An action of regressing, a return to a previous state
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The act or state of eschewing or avoiding something
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A fortified defensive structure
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Reversal
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A remote, secluded, or secret place
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Shrinking or shudder
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A place where ships can shelter, or dock to load and unload cargo or passengers
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A contiguous area of land totally surrounded by water
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Bug out
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To retreat from something frightening or dangerous
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“With winter coming, Napoleon realizes that his invasion has stalled, forcing his retreat from Russia.”
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To ebb or flow out
“The ice will begin to retreat during the warmer periods.”
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To alter one's opinion about something
“The government chose to retreat over the unpopular proposal.”
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To recur, or break out anew after a dormant period
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To completely withdraw from society, especially to lead a more spiritually fulfilling life
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Annul, cancel a command
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To split or withdraw from a union, alliance or organization
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To give in or succumb to pressure
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To take refuge or seclude oneself
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To retreat from something frightening or dangerous
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To recluse oneself or stop doing an activity
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To stop and refuse to go forward (usually of a horse)
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Seclude or shut up in a convent or monastery
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To move something backward, either literally or figuratively
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