What is the opposite of march?

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Verb
Opposite of to move or proceed further along a course
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Opposite of to walk or hike over a long distance
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Opposite of to walk at a steady speed, especially without a particular destination and as an expression of anxiety or annoyance
“I would sit and wait patiently for the support act to finish before the main act would finally commence.”
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Opposite of to move or proceed onward
“Unsu was given orders to retreat when many of his men had fallen during the Battle of Seimor.”
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Opposite of to involve oneself in a (public) protest or demonstration
“The people will fully support the push for more resources into their public schools.”
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Opposite of to go or move in an exaggeratedly impatient or angry manner
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Opposite of to move or hasten along, physically or by momentum
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Opposite of to leave or exit
“They are always fashionably late, and when they arrive, it will be obvious.”
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Opposite of to move forward
“We would briefly stop at the lake for a break during our hike.”
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Opposite of to increase in value or standing
“After a number of scandals, he would fall from being considered a respected lawyer to an object of scorn.”
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Opposite of to enter into a hamonious relationship with
Noun
Opposite of the steady and inevitable development or progress of something
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Opposite of a long walk, typically a tiring one
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Opposite of an advance or forward movement
“Ronin surmised that no one had escaped the fight unscathed, and he began wondering if he should've called a retreat in the first place.”
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Opposite of a public procession, especially one celebrating a special day or event
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Opposite of the act of making a trip by foot
“After an arduous trek through the National Rainforest, the group decided to have a break.”
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Opposite of a number of people or vehicles moving forward in an orderly fashion, especially as part of a ceremony
Noun
Opposite of a long walk or walking tour
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Opposite of an organized public demonstration expressing strong objection to an official policy or course of action
“Students held a rally to support keeping the college open.”
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Opposite of a belief that one supports
“Your actions have a sense of purposelessness that I find difficult to swallow.”
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Opposite of a trip or a set amount of traveling
“He agreed that the immobility caused by her illness could have played a part in her decline.”
Noun
Opposite of the outside limit of an object, area, or surface
Noun
Opposite of the passing or coming into a country for the purpose of permanent residence
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Opposite of a peaceful form of protest in which people occupy an area and refuse to leave
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Opposite of a mass meeting of people making a political protest or showing support for a cause
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Opposite of a person's manner of walking or the sound made as they walk
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Opposite of the process of coming into prominence
“His fall from grace was quick and decisive following revelations of corruption on his part.”
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