Pronunciation of With Drew
/wɪð dɹˈuː/, /wɪð dɹˈuː/, /w_ɪ_ð d_ɹ_ˈuː/
Antonyms for with drew:
refuse, progress, introduce, fix, DO, make public, halt, take, confine, grow, limit, disperse, uncover, exaggerate, confront, fail, fasten, go in, exalt, dally, arrive, give up, laud, set up, injure, value, keep to, win, praise, repeat, pursue, hurt, stop, slow, defy, overflow, rush in, entangle, rise, advance, fill, bind, decline, marry, treasure, engage, dissent, bring out, calm, recapitulate, solidify, order, corroborate, add, acknowledge, destroy, flow, ready, ok, insert, claim, discourage, confirm, obey, forward, affirm, damage, agree, couple, upgrade, keep, take on, prolong, seek, carry on, begin, overrate, go, overestimate, hoard, spoil, create, open, defend, refresh, give, linger, ratify, coagulate, flourish, authorize, fight, emphasize, optimize, hook, collect, hire, grab, restore, edit in, reaffirm, institute, restrain, pass, ascend, leave alone, offer, appear, enact, want, approve, capture, raise, challenge, overvalue, enforce, increase, connect, construct, save, join, protect, permit, help, repress, attract, retain, free, remain, dishearten, be born, go forward, desegregate, mingle, heal, fill up, grant, occupy, enlarge, reject, socialize, hold, spread, endorse, disagree, meet, persevere, care, go back to, dispute, strengthen, lengthen, stretch, surrender, put, descend, reveal, opt in, forget, favor, divide, consent, face, disallow, unite, let go, pour, retrogress, attach, merge, put in, mismatch, smooth, support, expand, accept, extend, maintain, revert, misunderstand, load, usurp, establish, enter, lose, mend, be ready, release, retreat, seize, invigorate, link, build, admit, forge, plant, put on, involve, adopt, commend, clothe, associate, commence, add to, give birth, uphold, move forward, combine, finish, wait, walk, lay bare, assert, stay, welcome, hitch, sow, validate, carry out, come, initiate, continue, steady, energize, dissuade, wreck, tell, rest, receive, decrease, cherish, schedule, develop, land, ignore, employ, cover, delay, ruin, stay on ground, improve, take up, sanction, gather, pause, assume, include, allow, come in, compliment, place, break, cease, start, legalize, complete.
Synonyms for with drew:
abdicate, chicken out, cop out, desert, discard, discontinue, ditch, drop, duck, dump, dust, flake out, leg it, let go, opt out, stop, surrender, take a powder, withdraw, yield, fly the coop, kiss goodbye, throw over, walk out on, run out on, ship out, screw, cut loose, give up the ship, storm out, take a walk, wash hands of.
retract, abstain from.
atone, confess, crawl, purge, square, make amends, make up for, bow to, make reparations, beg pardon, clear oneself, give satisfaction, ask forgiveness, ask pardon, excuse oneself, offer compensation, admit guilt, get down on knees, make up with, offer excuse, say one is sorry, cop a plea.
abstain, avert, bypass, circumvent, deflect, desist, divert, dodge, elude, escape, eschew, evade, fend off, flee, hide, hold off, jump, obviate, shake, shake off, shirk, shrink from, shun, shy, sidestep, skip, skip town, skirt, stay away, ward off, weave, lay low, steer clear of, turn aside, fake out, step aside, stay out, keep clear, shuffle off, circumlocute, give the slip, run for cover, shake and bake, skip out on.
back away (verb)
back down (verb)
accede, acquiesce, admit, back off, balk, beg off, cancel, cave in, concede, demur, give in, go back on, hold back, submit, back pedal, have no fight left, wimp out, withdraw from agreement or statement.
bow out (verb)
make one's exit, walk away from.
call off (verb)
chicken out (verb)
clear out (verb)
cop out (verb)
abscond, apostatize, forsake, go over, lapse, rat, rebel, reject, revolt, run out, schism, spurn, tergiversate, turn, break faith, change sides, fall away from, go over the fence, tergiverse, turn coat.
absent, blast off, disappear, emigrate, evacuate, go away, go forth, march out, migrate, move on, move out, perish, sally forth, set forth, shove off, slip away, start, start out, troop, vanish, Git, cut out, cut and run, hit the road, say goodbye, hit the bricks, hit the trail, make a break.
backbite, belittle, blister, cheapen, decrease, decry, depreciate, derogate, devaluate, discredit, disesteem, knock, laugh at, lower, minimize, underrate, undervalue, Misprize, Vilipend, cut rate, subtract from.
clear, dematerialize, die, die out, disperse, dissipate, ebb, end, evanesce, evaporate, expire, fade, fade away, fly, melt, pass, pass away, sink, take flight, wane, Evanish, melt away, 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.
abate, bankrupt, bleed, catheterize, consume, debilitate, deplete, devitalize, draft, draw off, drink up, dry, empty, exhaust, expend, fatigue, finish, get rid of, impoverish, milk, pump, quaff, sap, siphon, spend, strain, tap, tax, tire out, use up, waste, wear, wear down, weary, pump out, suck dry, swallow, suck, gulp down, bleed dry, filter off, free from, get last drop.
draw back (verb)
drop out (verb)
black out, blank, blot, cross out, cut, delete, dispatch, efface, excise, expunge, extirpate, gut, launder, negate, obliterate, scratch out, strike, strike out, trim, wipe out, Disannul, blue pencil, x-out.
avulse, bring out, cull, derive, distill, eke out, elicit, eradicate, evoke, exact, express, extort, garner, gather, glean, obtain, pluck, press out, pry, pull, reap, secure, select, squeeze, tear, uproot, weed out, wrest, wring, yank, pick up, evulse.
fall back (verb)
get off (verb)
get out (verb)
make off (verb)
actuate, advance, budge, bustle, carry, change, climb, cross, dislocate, disturb, drift, drive, flow, glide, hurry, impel, leap, locomote, march, position, proceed, propel, push, relocate, roll, shift, ship, shove, stir, transfer, transport, transpose, traverse, walk, head for, off-load.
pull out (verb)
push off/push on (verb)
conclude, halt, leave off, surcease, suspend, terminate, wrap up, wind up, call it quits, call it a day, give over, sew up, kick over, pack in, cut it out, get on the wagon, go away from, hang it up, kick the habit, leave hanging, quit cold, take the cure.
decline, disaccord, disallow, disapprove, dispense with, dissent, hold out, ignore, nix, pass up, protest, rebuff, regret, reprobate, turn down, brush off, send off, not buy, set aside, give thumbs down to, make excuses, not budge, not budget, not care to, refuse to receive, send regrets, turn deaf ear to, turn from, turn one's back on.
amputate, carry away, carry off, cart off, clear away, depose, dethrone, dig out, dislodge, do away with, doff, erase, junk, oust, raise, relegate, rip out, skim, take down, throw out, unload, unseat, tear out.
rub out, declare null and void, counterorder.
abduct, appropriate, blackmail, burglarize, cheat, cozen, defraud, despoil, embezzle, heist, hold up, housebreak, keep, kidnap, loot, misappropriate, peculate, pilfer, pillage, pinch, pirate, plagiarize, plunder, poach, purloin, ransack, rifle, sack, shoplift, snitch, spirit away, stick up, strip, swindle, swipe, thieve, rip off, make off with, walk off with, run off with, hold for ransom, take possession of.
pension, put out to pasture.
take back (verb)
take off (verb)
abjure, abolish, abrogate, annul, back out, bail out, ban, bar, blow, book, bow out, call off, check out, depart, detach, disavow, disclaim, disengage, dissolve, draw away, draw back, drop out, eliminate, exit, extract, fall back, forswear, get away, get off, give way, go, invalidate, keep apart, leave, nullify, phase out, pull back, pull out, quail, quash, quit, recall, recant, recede, recoil, renege, repress, repudiate, rescind, retire, retreat, reverse, revoke, run along, secede, shrink, stamp out, suppress, switch, take back, take leave, take out, unsay, vacate, take off, take away, ease out, keep aloof, seclude oneself, take a hike, get lost, exfiltrate, give ground, make oneself scarce, renig, absent oneself.