retirement

[ ri-tahyuh r-muh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF retirement

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RETIREMENT

Mine is a life of privacy and retirement compared with that of other men.

The first of them ends with his retirement from the representation of Newark.

It appeared as if the retirement of the two companies was the signal for their attack.

He ordered the first troop to mount, and the second to cover the retirement.

He was not the less alone for having spent so many years in seclusion and retirement.

This resulted (p. 178) in the retirement of the Allies on the 4th.

Wellington has compelled his retirement from the Government.

Besides, she had promised to keep in retirement as much as possible.

This retirement on the Somme is clever, though it may tell on the morale of his men.

For some years the Kostalergis lived in retirement at Palermo, not knowing nor known to any one.

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