|withdraw claim or argument||back down|
|(Law) advocate, defense lawyer; claimant, one who enters a plea; claim, suit||pleader|
|(Law) one holds an incumbrance on a property (also incumbrancer), somebody with legal claim on property||encumbrancer|
|(Medicine) device used to inject or withdraw fluids from the body; hypodermic syringe, device for pumping and spraying liquids, instrument for withdrawing and ejecting fluids, inject with a syringe; clean by means of an injection with a syringe, see al...||syringe|
|(Slang) complaint, point of contention; argument with another person, dispute, animal giving beef, complain (Slang), meat from cattle, meat taken from cows or bulls; vigor, strength; fattened bull||beef|
|A claim for the right to return or the right to demand the return of a security that has been previously accepted as a result of bad delivery or other irregularities in the delivery and settlement process.||Reclamation|
|A term used to refer to a property which is owned by one party while a second party reserves the right to make a valid claim on that property e.g. a bank on a home mortgage.||Encumbered|
|abandon a legal claim, give up a suit (Law), free somebody of liability, renounce claim, renunciation of a claim, act of giving up a legal suit (Law), renunciation of claim||quitclaim|
|abdicate, relinquish by formal declaration; forgo voluntarily; repudiate, forsake, abandon, act of not following suit, give something up, give up claim to something, not follow suit, reject belief||renounce|
|accelerate, acquire something casually, acquire something cheaply or easily, arrest, become better, buy something on impulse, catch a disease, claim something, clean a place, find sexual partner, find something, gain points, gather dropped things, lear...||pick up|
|accept goods back, reaccept somebody, regain possession of something, remind somebody of past, return something bought as unacceptable, withdraw something||take back|
|accept something reluctantly, leave a job, quit an office or position; relinquish, give up, abdicate; submit to, quietly accept, relinquish a claim||resign|
|accurate or true, best, blow with right hand, bring justice, claim||right|
|act as if something were true, claim to own something, imaginary, make insincere claim about something, make something seem to be true, present a false image or appearance; impersonate; act in a role; claim, assert, simulated, feigned, make-believe||pretend|
|act of being adjusted, adjusting, adaptation; state of being adjusted; settlement of an insurance claim, device for adjusting something, slight change||adjustment|
|act of bending backwards; act of vengeance, retaliation; act of turning an argument against the person who made it, retorsion||retortion|
|act of disclaiming, repudiation; renouncing of a claim; statement which denies responsibility or affiliation, denial, denial of knowledge, refusal to accept responsibility, statement renouncing legal right||disclaimer|
|act of evading a discussion or argument by using ambiguous speech; equivocal statement, ambiguous comment; petty criticism, make trivial objections, petty objection, pun, use ambiguous language to evade a discussion or argument; make an equivocal comme...||quibble|
|act of giving up claim on player, act of waiving a claim; document waving rights or a claim, document containing waiver, relinquishment of right||waiver|
|act of providing evidence to support a claim, act of supporting with an example; act of producing a more specifically defined object by replacing some variables with values (Computer Programming)||instantiation|
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