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Pronunciation:

[ɹ_ɪ_ɡ_ɹ_ˈɛ_ʃ_ə_n], [ɹɪɡɹˈɛʃən], [ɹɪɡɹˈɛʃən]
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Synonyms for Regression:

recession (noun) regression (noun) relapse (noun) Other synonyms and related words:

Common misspellings for Regression:

  • regrision,
  • regirsartion,
  • regisration,
  • aggresion,
  • regurgiation,
  • agreshion,
  • proggresion,
  • porgression,
  • agresssion,
  • progresion,
  • regesration,
  • reression,
  • regresssion,
  • progresssion,
  • regresion,
  • degression,
  • deoression,
  • progrssion,
  • recression,
  • reccission,
  • agreesion,
  • rereation,
  • regristation,
  • recurison,
  • recreatioal,
  • requesistion,
  • trangression,
  • agression,
  • reccesion,
  • regession,
  • progretion,
  • reppression,
  • prgogression,
  • reorganision,
  • overaggression,
  • represion,
  • recration,
  • pregression,
  • regisition,
  • aggresssion,
  • decreasion,
  • reprssion,
  • recssion,
  • registion,
  • agresion,
  • regiration,
  • decresion,
  • regristion,
  • refresshing,
  • agrression,
  • proggression,
  • progeression,
  • progreession,
  • pregresion,
  • regreshing,
  • reprsssion,
  • regretion,
  • recretion,
  • reperession,
  • agreession,
  • corrossion,
  • progresstion,
  • reurrection,
  • recreatio,
  • regeration,
  • resurestion,
  • reccession,
  • recreaion,
  • progreesion,
  • recrection,
  • reguration,
  • prgression,
  • recsession,
  • progreshion,
  • progressioin,
  • recrecession,
  • recreastion,
  • recreatiom,
  • refreshin,
  • regfression,
  • regreesion,
  • regressiion,
  • reguritation,
  • represssion,
  • rosicrusion.

Rhymes for Regression:

  1. question, hessian, session, freshen;
  2. precession, expression, succession, recession, obsession, accession, progression, profession, discretion, aggression, transgression, confession, compression, suppression, procession, depression, concession, possession, oppression, impression, repression, digression, secession;
  3. decompression, misimpression, nonaggression, intercession, repossession, indiscretion;

Quotes for Regression:

  1. But it is possible that, in the days ahead, these years we have lived through may eventually be thought of simply as a period of disturbance and regression Hjalmar Branting.
  2. Regression to the stage of early infancy is not a suitable method in and of itself. Such a regression can only be effective if it happens in the natural course of therapy and if the client is able to maintain adult consciousness at the same time. Alice Miller.

Adjectives for Regression:

  • simple infinite,
  • hateful and unwilling,
  • itochondrial,
  • gigantic and total,
  • neat infinite,
  • minor cellular,
  • spontaneous hypnotic,
  • transrational secondary,
  • para-psychological,
  • famous hypnotic,
  • subsequent partial,
  • ‘personal,
  • predictive,
  • wishful,
  • irreversible,
  • glandular,
  • unthinkable,
  • willful,
  • clinical,
  • statistical,
  • ral,
  • cellular,
  • uncontrolled,
  • unwilling,
  • barbaric,
  • genetic,
  • ancestral,
  • progressive,
  • hateful,
  • evident,
  • economic,
  • secondary,
  • attractive,
  • romantic,
  • crazy,
  • subsequent,
  • scientific,
  • unexpected,
  • intense,
  • steady,
  • weird,
  • easy,
  • gigantic,
  • mental,
  • free,
  • proper,
  • pure,
  • next,
  • polynomial,
  • quick and nasty,
  • gonadal,
  • polynomial,
  • reversal,
  • retrogressive,
  • regressive,
  • hormonal,
  • atavistic,
  • spontaneous,
  • consequent,
  • emotional,
  • perpetual,
  • nasty,
  • total,
  • slow,
  • social,
  • quick,
  • occasional,
  • apparent tem\-poral,
  • apparent temporal,
  • tem\-poral,
  • profoundest,
  • inappropriate,
  • momentary,
  • partial,
  • multiple,
  • facile,
  • significant,
  • profound,
  • material,
  • universal,
  • curious,
  • infinite downward,
  • downward,
  • psychological,
  • sexual,
  • unconscious,
  • remarkable,
  • slight,
  • particular,
  • deep,
  • simple,
  • worse spherical,
  • infantile,
  • severe,
  • sharp,
  • normal,
  • actual,
  • most amazing,
  • cumulative,
  • filial,
  • ceremonial,
  • amazing,
  • cultural and technological,
  • hallucinatory,
  • own little,
  • physical,
  • complete,
  • further,
  • linear,
  • temporal,
  • sudden,
  • full,
  • technological,
  • endless,
  • cultural,
  • infinite,
  • hypnotic,
  • spherical.
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