- n the reasoning involved when you assume the conclusion is true and reason backward to the evidence
- n returning to a former state
- v go back to a statistical means
- v go back to a previous state
- v get worse or fall back to a previous condition
- v go back to bad behavior
- The nascent democratic movements in Muslim countries will regress for a few decades as ruling autocrats use their participation in the global war against terrorism to terrorize .
- The eyes of easily distracted average readers regress eight to eleven times per 100 words.
- The girl on the Morton's Salt box holds a Morton's Salt box that has her own image on it, which in turn has a tiny salt box with another girl on it--the series would regress .
News & Articles
- Fantasy Forecast: Much like the Pirates, Alvarez can't keep this up
I feel like I've been awfully negative lately - and it looks like I may have underestimated Chris Davis - but here I go again. Similarly to how I believe the Pirates will come crashing back to earth, Pedro Alvarez will surely regress as well. Alvarez
June 29, 2013 - The Salem News
- Baron Davis in USA Today
We were three wins away from going to the Western Conference finals,Davis said. "We can't regress. We have to use this opportunity and this platform."
- Evgeni Plushenko in Sportsbook Gurus
For someone to stand on top of the podium with the gold medal around his neck by just doing triple jumps, to me it's not progress, it's a regress because we've done triples 10 or even 20 years ago,Plushenko said. "Just doing nice...