Antonyms for inroads

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But as yet the life has made no inroads upon her moral health.

But no amount of world-wisdom can set a man above the inroads of superstition.

Resistance to the inroads of the barbarians was no longer possible.

Humanity had retreated from the inroads of the sea only after a stubborn fight.

There was no way yet for us to suspect their full activity—their inroads.

"Never have I been more conscious of the inroads of age," he confided.

So may the tides be in some small measure restrained in their inroads.

How had the crusaders managed to make any inroads at all in the Dar al-Islam?

Collective buying has also been a factor in offsetting the inroads of the "chains."

The inroads of Episcopacy were at this time threatening to disquiet Anwoth.

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