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cede, ceed

yield

cadet

L (n) a young man in training for service as an officer

cape

L (n) an outer garment, or part of one, without sleeves, worn loosely from the shoulders

descent

L (n) going down from a higher place to a lower place

recession

L (n) going backward

recessive

L (adj) likely to back

secede

L (v) withdraw formally

succession

L (n) persons or things coming one after another

successor

L (n) person who follows another in office, position, or ownership of property

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