recede[ ri-seed ]SEE DEFINITION OF recede
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RECEDE
In short, things have gone so far that I cannot recede; because—things have gone so far.'
The Cabinet will recede more and more from our principles, our party.
Unlike any other wall with which he had had experience, this wall seemed to recede from him as he approached.
Nor are we disposed to recede from our assertion made in Sec.
Moreover, the task was half-accomplished, and it would be idle to recede now.
The door to Brother Lorenzo's cell began to recede, swelling in volume as it did.
These recede, their menacing voices stilled by hope's siren lullaby.
Instead it began to recede, vanishing as rapidly as it had come.
He seemed to recede from her as he spoke, and to grow larger, too.
These are matters to which I long to testify, but I must wait till they recede into the past.