What is the opposite of activity?

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Noun
Opposite of a state of busy or vigorous action or movement
“A break in the countryside, amid beauty and serenity, will revive flagging city spirits.”
Noun
Opposite of the state or characteristic of being full of life, exuberance or energy
“The dullness of the show was so overwhelming, that we had to leave early to preserve our sanity.”
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Opposite of something done as an action or movement
“The organization only engages in inactivity and one wonders why they even exist.”
Noun
Opposite of something done for pleasure or entertainment
“Accounting is a profession I engage in during the weekdays.”
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Opposite of the property of being sprightly
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Opposite of the mechanics of a movement
“There was a significant degree of inflexibility in his movements, and the coach knew then and there that he would never make it as an athlete.”
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Opposite of a feeling of great enthusiasm and eagerness
“My complete disinterest in the sport doesn't mean I'm ignorant of the importance it bears in the character building of some men.”
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(of a device or system) Opposite of the way in which something works
“The uselessness of the new public transport system will be clearly visible once the honeymoon period is over.”
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Opposite of an event or occurrence, especially one that is noteworthy
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(manufacturing) Opposite of a set of procedures used to produce a product
“The disorganization in the stages of manufacture led to an inferior product.”
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Opposite of a state of constant movement or fluctuation
“Daniel said that the center had given him support and emotional stability through hard times.”
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Opposite of an incident or event
Noun
Opposite of smoothness and elegance of movement
Noun
Opposite of the effort (typically significant) put into a task
“He manufactures catchy guitar riffs with ease, and blends them with off-beat lyrics.”
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Opposite of a measure or action, especially one of a series taken for a given purpose or goal
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(of a person) Opposite of the quality of being energetic and ambitious
“He was a man of leisure who barely knew the meaning of hard work.”
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