What is the opposite of agitate?

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Opposite of to shake or vibrate jerkily or nervously
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Opposite of to mix up or agitate the contents of
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Opposite of to excite, disturb, or trouble
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Opposite of to make (someone) feel annoyed, frustrated, or worried, especially with trivial matters
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(about a particular subject) Opposite of to express or communicate one's opinion or ideas with a person or a group of people
“The coach continually tried to skirt the issue when pressed about cultural problems within the team.”
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Opposite of to disturb mentally or emotionally
“Chloe had to calm herself before she went on stage to perform in front of the judges.”
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Opposite of to arouse or be aroused
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Opposite of to cause (a belief or emotion) to become stronger or more widespread
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Opposite of to become disobedient against authority
“Citizens acknowledged the improving economy and would comply with new measures introduced by the government.”
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Opposite of to disconcert or cause to be confused
“We fail to understand exactly where this humor lies and would be much obliged if you would care to enlighten us.”
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Opposite of to influence, usually emotionally
“You almost have to desensitize yourself to the madness just to stay sane.”
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Opposite of to cause a profound effect
“Postmodern thought tends to trivialize this desire, if not ignore it altogether.”
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Opposite of to be, or cause to become, annoyed or irritated
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Opposite of to make a strong, lasting, or favorable impression on
“It takes a cold-hearted person to be unaffected by that tragic story.”
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Opposite of to overawe someone, especially with words or facts they may not fully comprehend
“In attempting to elucidate the significance of this paradox, I want to proceed carefully.”
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(mess with) Opposite of to bother or be annoying with
“I promise to ask one more question and then I'll let you be.”
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Opposite of to move from place to place
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Opposite of to throw into disorder
“Our documents are currently in a mess and we need to arrange them to restore some organization into our filing system.”
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Opposite of to swing loosely while being suspended
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Opposite of to rise in opposition
“William Wallace would inspire his fellow Scotsmen to never surrender to their oppressors.”
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