Words and phrases that have a meaning related to regress:   (180 results)

advance, come along, come on, get along, get on, progress, shape up

Often used in the same context:
regression, underachieve, stagnate, backslide, retrogress, deteriorate, atrophy, ossify, falter, implode, revert, relapse, morph, vanish, progression, degenerate, blossom, crumble, fizzle, outgrow, disintegrate, disappear, recidivate, sleepwalk, maladjustment, fade, evolve, diverge, diminish, creep, bipolarity, calcify, sputter, overexert, overachieve, maturation, overgeneralize, dwindle, beget, fossilize, plateaued, wither, overrate, onsets, drift, happen, persist, vacillate, stumble, fester, plummet, symptomatically, stunted, suffer, retrogression, metastasize, shrivel, curdle, retard, limp, overprotect, thyroiditis, infantile, misperceive, metastasise, status epilepticus, evaporate, totter, jell, resentfulness, hobble, wane, subnormal, erode, tendencies, psychologic, hinder, shrink, catatonia, degeneration, subpar, gravitate, esotropia, decelerate, progressed, exotropia, overreact, paresis, erupt, uncaused, adulthood, funks, escapable, amenorrhoea, menstruate, developmentally, recur, babyhood, timidness, immaturity, succumb, digressed, antinomy, circularity, mediations, antinomies, aporia, conundrum, impasse, precondition, contingency, entailments, indeterminacy, advancements, antecedent, complexities, contradictions, dialectic, fallacies, impasses, impossibility, inadequacies, option, =, \u00bb, byval, nonnegative, r, \\, \u00a7, abscissa, calculate, dimensionless, fetch, fragment, identifier, integer, m, original, rectangle, subscript, subtract

More specific:
drop off, fall back, fall behind, go back, lose, recede, recover

More general:
abstract thought, change, change by reversal, decline, logical thinking, reasoning, reversal, reverse, turn, worsen

fall back, lapse, reasoning backward, recidivate, regression, relapse, retrograde, retrogress, retrogression, retroversion, return, reversion, revert, turn back

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— Adjectives for regress: infinite, vicious, endless, indefinite, empirical, explanatory, causal, demonstrative, technical, temporal, potential, more...

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Book See regress used in context: 22 rhymes, 1 Shakespeare work several books and articles.

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