backslide

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To regress; to slip backwards or revert to a previous, worse state

He felt better for a little while, before his condition started to backslide.

To shirk responsibility; to renege on one's obligations or commitments

Rich countries are backsliding on their commitment to agree to new WTO measures to help people in poor countries gain access to affordable medicines. —.

{v} to fall off, depart from, apostitize
A grind using only the back foot , balancing carefully on the boot and frame
To slide back; to fall away; esp
to start doing the bad things that you used to do, after having improved your behaviour
Diminishment or abandonment of Christian commitment; secularization of "Christians"
To shirk responsibility; to renege on ones obligations or commitments
To move backward in freefall relative to a neutral reference Usually unintentional and undesirable, caused by poor body position
{f} deteriorate; slide backwards; relapse into error, return to sin
drop to a lower level, as in one's morals or standards
to abandon gradually the faith and practice of a religion that has been professed
backslider
A recidivist; one who backslides, especially in a religious sense; an apostate

She married him thinking to change his ways, and for a while he got religion, but he was ever a backslider; she soon began finding bottles stashed about the house.

backsliding
Present participle of backslide
backsliding
An occasion on which one backslides, especially in a moral sense
backslider
{n} one who falls off, or goes back
backsliding
{n} a falling back, off or away, a revolt
backslid
past of backslide
backslidden
{s} deteriorated; relapsed into error, returned to sin
backslider
A recidivist; one who backslides, especially in a religious sense
backslider
{i} person who returns to evil or immoral ways
backslider
One who backslides
backslides
third-person singular of backslide
backsliding
{i} act of sliding backwards; deterioration; relapsing into error, returning to sin
backsliding
The act of one who backslides; abandonment of faith or duty
backsliding
sliding back
backsliding
disapproval If you accuse someone of backsliding, you disapprove of them because they have failed to do something they promised or agreed to do, or have started again doing something undesirable that they had previously stopped doing. the government's backsliding on free market reforms This may help to maintain the gains you've made and to prevent backsliding
backsliding
action of the verb to backslide
backsliding
Slipping back; falling back into sin or error; sinning
backsliding
a failure to maintain a higher state
backslide
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