Re-call

Pronunciation of Re-Call
/ɹˌiːkˈɔːl/, /ɹˌiːkˈɔːl/, /ɹ_ˌiː_k_ˈɔː_l/

Antonyms for re-call

revert, corroboration, engage, let go, hold, answer, imbalance, approve, set up, reaffirmation, schedule, impose, forethought, allowance, welcome, lower, disclaimer, dispossess, insert, waste, silence, decrease, tip, reverse, help, lose, free, support, continue, go forward, begin, repress, harm, disperse, receive, pass up, ratify, encourage, claim, separate, permit, leave alone, keep, hide, dispirit, neglect, build, demote, arrangement, overlook, ignore, repeat, calm, uphold, conceal, employ, destroy, divide, restore, meet, disapprove, descend, institute, hurt, penalty, give birth, fire, reserve, enactment, release, forge, dismiss, halt, liberate, establishment, go back to, admit, prevent, preserve, need, appoint, restoration, forgetfulness, recapitulate, permission, agreement, abandon, refusal, scatter, confirmation, weaken, give, legalize, disbelieve, deterioration, forfeit, create, acknowledge, miss, revalidate, offer, excogitate, unfasten, pass, enact, allow, disobey, stay, drop, assist, aid, exclude, break, want, confirm, kill, coming, withhold, suppress, decline, desert, deny, deaden, stop, dishonor, establish, approval, validate, reply, denial, cancel, affirm, relapse, stifle, construct, entrance, agree, lack, ruin, disregard, oppose, injure, arrival, start, praise, misinterpret, not have, enforce, maintain, validation, secure, misunderstand, disagreement, retention, abuse, forgotten, go ahead, be ignorant, DO, save, include, revive, depress, remainder, hire, antique, forget, accept, damage, relinquish, advance, spend, sanction, be original, differ, repudiation, reaffirm, fix, emphasize, refuse, remain, disbelief, send away, arrange, authorize, endanger, quell, retain, set down, corroborate, ignorance, amnesia.

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