What is the opposite of arise?

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Opposite of to come into existence or occur, especially as a result of
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Opposite of to elevate or extend in an upward direction or motion
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Opposite of to occur or follow as the consequence of something
“The leader's haughtiness and aloofness would cause a state of derangement in large swathes of the populace due to their extreme hatred for him.”
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Opposite of to happen, transpire, or take place
“We plan on spending the weekend together, the whole family, and I really hope those plans don't fall through because of Felipe's work.”
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Opposite of start to happen
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(of a physical object or person) Opposite of to move out of, or away from, something and become visible
“She believed that if she let go of him, he would just disappear again.”
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Opposite of to originate from
“By Gemrin's bane, I command you to return from whence you came!”
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Opposite of to emerge by means of an upward movement
“At dusk, we sat by the lake and watched the sun disappear below the horizon.”
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Opposite of to awake from one's sleep, and get out of bed
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Opposite of to gradually increase in detail
“Let us analyze the facts as they are now before they begin to complicate matters.”
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Opposite of to get to one's feet
“Please sit once we have confirmed your attendance by calling out your name.”
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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 rise in opposition
“William Wallace would inspire his fellow Scotsmen to never surrender to their oppressors.”
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Opposite of to proceed, come or flow out from
“With her windows shut, the smell of spices would be contained within my neighbor's kitchen as she prepared her dinner.”
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Opposite of to become apparent or to be revealed
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Opposite of to happen, transpire, or take place
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Opposite of to originate from, especially by way of ancestry
“Solomon gives advice to his son, who would one day follow his father and become King.”
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Opposite of to have its source
“Glaciers abutting the river disgorge house-size icebergs into the water, and then the current lofts them away.”
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