Goodman retreated to house arrest at his luxury mansion on $4 million bail.
Instead she retreated to Brooklyn, where she lived with then-fiancé, Zak Penley.
Lee put the blame for Gettysburg on himself, which was a rare and noble thing to do, then retreated, and kept on fighting.
"After Caylee died, Casey hid her pain, retreated into a dark corner to escape her ugly life," Baez said.
He retreated from the limelight, bought a house in Silverlake, Los Angeles, and began using drugs heavily.
He retreated, carrying with him the best arms he could select for the use of his general.
As they retreated, many took refuge in the village of Jalalkot.
Caldwell retreated a few steps and then turned back angrily.
The driver closed the window again as he retreated, and they were alone.
Chang has retreated towards Manchuria with a broken army, and proclaimed the independence of Manchuria.
c.1300, "a step backward;" late 14c., "act of retiring or withdrawing; military signal for retiring from action or exercise," from Old French retret, noun use of past participle of retrere "draw back," from Latin retrahere "draw back, withdraw, call back," from re- "back" (see re-) + trahere "to draw" (see tract (n.1)). Meaning "place of seclusion" is from early 15c.; sense of "establishment for mentally ill persons" is from 1797. Meaning "period of retirement for religious self-examination" is from 1756.
early 15c., "to draw in, draw back, leave the extremities," from retreat (n.) and in part from Old French retret, past participle of retrere. Meaning "to fall back from battle" is mid-15c. Related: Retreated; retreating.