Face and Withdraw

Face

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Face verb – To stand or sit with the face or front toward.
Withdraw is an antonym for face in topics: look at, come up against a situation, put paint or finish on.
Nearby Words: faced, facing, facer, faceless
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Withdraw

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Withdraw verb – To move back or away (as from something difficult, dangerous, or disagreeable).
Usage example: the army was forced to withdraw from the line of battle

Face is an antonym for withdraw.
Nearby Words: withdrawn, withdrawal, withdrawing, withdrawable
Antonyms for Withdraw
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Common collocations

army face army withdraw army
end face end withdraw end
times face times withdraw times

Both words in one sentence

  • Video Game / The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Obstructive Bureaucrat: "Paperchase" has Geralt face the most fearsome enemy of his life: finding the paperwork to prove to the bank that he is not dead so he can withdraw money from a bank account a client set up for him years ago as payment for a job.
  • And whenever Hannibal would turn to try and face Fabius, Fabius would simply withdraw his army to defensible higher ground and hold his position until Hannibal got tired and moved on, whereupon he'd resume shadowing him.
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