1. A deterioration or decline to a previous state.
    • 1849, Hogg's Weekly Instructor (page 388)
      History and experience, the enshriners of the past, and investigation, the discoverer of the present and preparer for the future, will prevent retrogression.
  2. (biology) A return to a less complex condition.
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