retrograde

[ re-truh-greyd ]SEE DEFINITION OF retrograde

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RETROGRADE

The ideal is as impracticable as it is puerile and retrograde.

Such a return to the nakedness of the brute must be retrograde.

This is the kernel of all that is most retrograde in Mr. Carlyle's teaching.

But she had an idea that the world would go on rather than retrograde.

Its retrograde movement was slow, but steady and irresistible.

This retrograde movement was soon effected, and the friends dismounted.

He is retrograde; the Spain of to-day is and must be progressive.

You retrograde five full centuries when you step across the line.

And I'm not sure but the church would suit your retrograde ideas.

There could be nothing more foolish, barbarous, and retrograde.

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