Pronunciation of Re-Ceded
/ɹˌiːsˈiːdɪd/, /ɹˌiːsˈiːdɪd/, /ɹ_ˌiː_s_ˈiː_d_ɪ_d/
Antonyms for re-ceded:
extend, prolong, upgrade, progress, refrain, invigorate, forward, confront, attain, raise, take on, overthrow, hold up, advance, save, come, even, deny, expand, give, combine, restart, loose, continue, magnify, praise, join, go on, withstand, repeat, unite, enforce, keep, welcome, accept, wait, spread, develop, add, meet, fight, incite, attract, withhold, stretch, reaffirm, level, increase, go up, laud, tighten, intensify, release, begin, come in, initiate, open, emphasize, revive, straighten, sanction, dissuade, let go, forge, agree, approve, permit, say yes, grow, solidify, appear, overcome, scale, coagulate, persevere, blow up, remain, conceal, disagree, finish, take, amplify, flow, arrive, reach, ascend, dilate, rise, acknowledge, build, loosen, be born, stay, enlarge, climb, live, hold, enhance, lengthen, commence, consent, compliment, win, engage, allow, discourage, start, free, refuse, put together, bear, flourish, enter, go forward, strengthen, face, improve, admit, break off, get better, flatter, corroborate, include, lose.
Synonyms for re-ceded:
allay, chill out, coast, cool, cool it, dull, let go, mellow out, moderate, quell, recede, slacken, slow, subdue, take it easy, taper off, unlax, let up, go with the flow, hang easy, hang loose, lay back, let it all hang out.
back off (verb)
abbreviate, abridge, clench, compress, confine, constrict, consume, curtail, deflate, draw in, edit, epitomize, evaporate, fall away, fall off, lose, narrow, omit, purse, shrivel, syncopate, tighten, waste, weaken, wither, wrinkle, take in, grow less, become smaller.
backslide, cheapen, decay, degenerate, depreciate, deteriorate, disintegrate, droop, fail, fall, flag, languish, lapse, lower, pine, relapse, revert, rot, sag, settle, slide, worsen, Disimprove, go to pot, go to the dogs, go downhill, lose value, hit the skids.
bate, break down, crumble, dilapidate, disappear, ease off, end, expire, fade away, fade out, fizzle out, go bad, halt, molder, pass, peter out, rankle, run low, run out, stop, vanish, wear away, wilt, run down, melt away, lose power.
abandon, abscond, clear, decamp, dematerialize, die, disperse, dissipate, dissolve, escape, evanesce, exit, flee, fly, go, leave, melt, pass away, perish, take flight, vacate, vamoose, Evanish, be gone, be no more, be swallowed up, cease to exist, come to naught, drop out of sight, end gradually, leave no trace, be lost, be done for, go south.
draw back (verb)
buckle, cascade, cave in, collapse, crash, dip, dive, drag, ease, flop, fold up, gravitate, hit the dirt, keel over, land, pitch, spin, stumble, tip over, topple, totter, trail, trip, be precipitated, take a header.
fall back (verb)
peter out (verb)
abate, back, close, decline, decrease, depart, die off, diminish, draw back, drop, dwindle, ebb, fade, fall back, go away, go back, lessen, reduce, regress, retire, retract, retreat, retrograde, retrogress, return, shrink, sink, subside, taper, wane, Retrocede, drain away, flow back.
bankrupt, chop, clip, cut back, cut down, debase, depress, diet, dilute, impair, impoverish, lose weight, mark down, nutshell, pare, pauperize, ruin, scale down, shave, shorten, slash, slim, slow down, tone down, trim, truncate, turn down, step down, roll back, wind down, bant, go on a diet, take off weight.
throw back, turn back, lose ground.
get away, get off, go to bed, go to sleep, hit the sack, part, pull out, remove, repeal, rescind, resign, revoke, run along, rusticate, secede, separate, turn in, take off, deny oneself, seclude oneself, give ground, give up work, go to one's room, leave service, make vacant, sever connections, stop working, absent oneself.
abjure, back down, back off, call off, cancel, countermand, deny, disavow, disclaim, disown, eliminate, exclude, forswear, go back on, recall, recant, renege, renounce, repudiate, rule out, suspend, take back, unsay, welsh, pull in, back out of, forget it, change one's mind, eat one's words, have change of heart, nig.
pension, put out to pasture.
taper/taper off (verb)
thin, thin out, come to a point.