noun. ['riːˈtriːtəd, riːˈtriːtɪd'] people who have retreated.
- poor people
Words that Rhyme with Retreated
Example sentences of the word retreated
1. Verb, past participle
If you bathe your dog he will most likely need to be retreated for fleas.
2. Verb, past tense
If the level retreated, put more coolant into the radiator until it is full again.
Quotes containing the word retreated
1. You, of all people, deserve a happy ending. Despite everything that happened to you, you aren't bitter. You aren't cold. You've just retreated a little and been shy, and that's okay. If I were a fairy godmother, I would give you your heart's desire in an istant. And I would wipe away your tears and tell you not to cry.-Rachel to Julia
- Sylvain Reynard, Gabriel's Inferno
2. Let go,"he advised me, and I loosened my grip on his hands. "No, not of me,"he said, smiling. "You can hold on to me as long as you want. Let go of the pain, Sookie. Let go. You need to drift away."It was the first time I had relinquished my will to someone else. As I looked at him, it became easy, and I retreated from the suffering and uncertainty of this strange place.
- Charlaine Harris, Club Dead