Resile

• (v. i.) To start back; to recoil; to recede from a purpose.
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Resile

Re·sile' intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Resiled (-z?ld'); present participle & verbal noun Resiling .] [ Latin resilire to leap or spring back; prefix re- re- + salire to leap, spring. See Salie...
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resile

resile, resiles, resiling, resiled 1. To spring back, especially to resume a former position or structure after being stretched or compressed. 2. To draw back; to recoil. 3. To draw back from an agreement, contract, statement, etc. Synonyms include: to bow out, to chicken out, to back down, to back off, to pull out. 4. To spring back; to spring ...
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resile

to recoil; to rebound; to draw back from a position
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resile

[v] - draw back from an agreement, contract, statement, etc. 2. [v] - return to the original position or state after being stretched or compressed, as of elastic bodies
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