cilio, gilio, ciliom, cilia’, ciliasit, ciliasid, ciliasent, ciliasem, ciliasech, ciliasant, ciliasai, ciliant, cilian, ciliaist, ciliais, ciliai, ciliaf, ciliodd, ciliasom, ciliaswn, cilid, ciliech, cilied, ciliem, cilien, cilient, cilier, cilies, ciliest, ciliet, ciliff, cilioch, cilion, chilian, ciliont, cilir, cilith, ciliwch, ciliwn, ciliwyd, ciliwyf, ciliych, chili, chilia, chilia’, chiliaf, chiliai, chilied, chiliaist, cilia, chiliant, chiliasai, chiliasant, chiliasech, chiliasem, chiliasent, chiliasid, chiliasit, chiliasoch, chiliasom, chiliaswn, chilid, cili, chiliais, chiliwch, chiliem, chilien, chilient, chilier, chilies, chiliest, chiliet, chiliff, chilio, chilioch, chiliodd, chiliom, chiliont, chilir, giliasech, gilier, giliasai, giliant, gilian, giliaist, giliais, giliai, chilith, gilia’, gilia, gili, chiliych, chiliwyf, chiliwyd, chiliwn, giliaf, gilies, chiliech, giliasem, giliasent, giliasid, giliasit, giliasoch, giliasom, giliaswn, gilid, giliech, gilied, giliem, gilien, gilient, giliasant, ciliasoch, giliest, giliet, giliff, gilioch, giliodd, giliom, giliont, gilir, gilith, giliwch, giliwn, giliwyd, giliwyf, giliychcilio, nghilio
Verb(1) pull back or move away or backward(2) retreat(3) become faint or more distant
(1) People who were hanging on in the hope of benefiting from a cash injection of some kind have seen that possibility recede with the failure of these actions.(2) I felt his fear recede , replaced instead by a calm, almost drunken stupor.(3) Public tumults and tragedies, even ones as dreadful as that of September 11, gradually recede into the past and become less emotionally fraught for all of us.(4) Give yourself a little time to let the sadness recede and then make a decision.(5) I heard her footsteps recede and threw back the blanket.(6) he felt no inclination to recede from the agreement into which he had entered(7) She stood perfectly still, listening to his footsteps recede down the hall.(8) I heard her voice recede as her mouth moved farther from the phone.(9) Bear in mind that little annoyances do not recede with time; they just become bigger annoyances.(10) Those with receding hairlines should not worry - the benefits of this research will not be restricted to the more hirsute in the population as there are plenty of hair follicles elsewhere on the body.(11) The prospect of raising additional funding is also receding fast.(12) Thanks to environmental advocacy over the past decade, the threat of industrial pollution has receded slightly.(13) The war on terrorism continued in 2003 but the insecurity of the previous year receded , allowing Americans to return to a more normal pattern of travel at home and abroad.(14) Residents looked on in tears as water receded slowly, offering the first glimpses of streets, squares and ground floors submerged in mud.(15) As I neared them, I could see that the man's blonde hair was receding and he was dressed rather conservatively.(16) His hairline was receding , making his face look longer.
(1) recede :: cilio
1. retreat ::
2. disappear from view ::
diflannu o'r golwg
3. diminish ::
4. fall back ::
ddisgyn yn ôl
Different Formsrecede, receded, recedes, receding
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