- n. common misspelling of withdrawal.
“On a computer screen displaying a bank balance, the word "withdrawl" appeared several times.”
“This isn't resource conumption per se, but when we consider that old-growth logging has declined but not stopped due to demand (largely based on price of such woods) and loggers have begun a 10-1 replanting ratio for areas cut down, the bleak notion that every resource used today is a withdrawl from a finite pool available for tomorrow's generations is undermined.”
“The president has always said the withdrawl is conditional upon the situation on the ground at the time.”
“Unfortunately, she still needs to think about a respectful withdrawl from the race as she has no chance of legitamately winning the nomination.”
“Sen. Clintons withdrawl from the race is going to be a non-event by the time she gets her head around the reality.”
“I have unleashed the Kracken to terrorise my blog presence and force my withdrawl from the blogosphere.”
“I wonder how many of these fine people would have called World War II a "quagmire" and squealed for negotiations with Hitler and military withdrawl from the Pacific theater due to our heavy losses?”
“Susprise candidate Ringash Ringworm read a lengthy statement announcing his withdrawl from the campaign, and his support for Fenris Badwulf, based on the fine upstanding qualities of Fenris, and the moral integrity of his, as yet unreleased, platform.”
“Susprise candidate Zoltan Kabob also announced his withdrawl from the election.”
“If we are ever drawn into a conflict in the future, our enemies know that if thay can inflict 2000 casualties that it will cause an uproar in our society – demanding our withdrawl from the conflict.”
Looking for tweets for withdrawl.