retrenchment

[ ri-trench-muh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF retrenchment

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It was characterized as "a policy of which peace, progress and retrenchment were the watchwords."

In 1815, "Retrenchment" deprived him of this office, and he was placed on half-pay.

The necessity of retrenchment was felt by families of every rank.

The cry for 'retrenchment' was joined to the cry for reform.

Reform and Retrenchment were the chief policies of his administration.

The President should lead the way in economy and retrenchment.

Its war-cry at election time was "Peace, retrenchment, and reform."

Lucretia explained her scheme of retrenchment, and all her little plans.

They almost touched one another, being only separated by the retrenchment.

The first attack was vigorously directed to the retrenchment C.

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