Neptune retrograde on Friday begins a period of transparency.
Note: negative manifestation of this retrograde is overindulgence in that which artificially stills your racing mind.
And that's why portrayals of women like Summer are, ultimately, retrograde.
“Women are seeing the retrograde direction of this party,” she asserts.
The Muslim Brotherhood is a retrograde, conservative religious movement.
A clock may stand still, but a nation which does so is retrograde.
Its retrograde movement was slow, but steady and irresistible.
In France it is otherwise, and when a change is made we shall generally find that the step is no retrograde one.
You retrograde five full centuries when you step across the line.
This is the penalty of a democracy,—that we are bound to move forward or retrograde together.
retrograde ret·ro·grade (rět'rə-grād')
Moving or tending backward.
Opposite to the usual order; inverted or reversed.
Reverting to an earlier or inferior condition.
To move or seem to move backward; recede.
To decline to an inferior state; degenerate.