Definition of "retraction"
  1. An act of taking back or disavowing a previous statement, document, promise, or offer, often used to correct false information and prevent possible legal actions
How to use "retraction" in a sentence
  1. When he realized the employee’s past issues were not as severe as he thought, he made a public retraction of his previous comments.
  2. The newspaper was ordered to make a retraction to correct the false information published about the company.
  3. After withdrawing his offer, he made a formal retraction as a preventive measure against possible contractual disputes.

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