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relinquished (part of speech: verb)
extracted (part of speech: verb)
resigned (part of speech: verb)
withdrew (part of speech: verb)
departed (part of speech: verb)
gave up (part of speech: verb)
annulled (part of speech: verb)
dismissed, nullified, eradicated, abnegated, disaffirmed, invalidated, deleted, effaced, disavowed, extinguished, refuted, divorced, retracted, obliterated, annulled, negated, dissolved, neutralized, abolished, undone, undid, repudiated, vetoed, eliminated, denied, canceled, destroyed, revoked
- The batteries, by Jackson's order, were at once withdrawn, and not a gun was lost. - "Stonewall Jackson And The American Civil War", G. F. R. Henderson.
- She had proposed it; when he had withdrawn, she had insisted, refusing to allow him to take back his word, declaring that she should pay the cost. - "The Trespasser", D.H. Lawrence.
- A day or two afterward the British troops were withdrawn from town and stationed at Castle William. - "Journeys Through Bookland Volume Four", Charles H. Sylvester.