Definition of Retrate

1. to draw back [v RETRATED, RETRATING, RETRATES]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Retrate

retransmit
retransmits
retransmitted
retransmitter
retransmitters
retransmitting
retransplant
retransplantation
retransplanted
retransplanting
retransplants
retrap
retrapped
retrapping
retraps
retrate (current term)
retrated
retrates
retrating
retraumatization
retraumatizations
retraumatize
retraumatized
retraumatizes
retraumatizing
retravel
retraveled
retraveling
retravelled
retravelling

Literary usage of Retrate

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1. A Glossary: Or, Collection of Words, Phrases, Names, and Allusions to by Robert Nares, James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps, Thomas Wright (1872)
"And unto Calais (to bis strong retire) Milton uses it in this sense. See Johnson. With spued betake» him. Daniel, Civ. Wars, vii, 18. retrate ..."

2. Treasury of Knowledge and Library of Reference by Samuel Maunder (1855)
"39 65 N. Yiing--tcheou, a fl retrate city of China. Lo». Ill 15 E., lat. 26 ION. Yuw;«an, a province of China nt the ..."

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