What is the opposite of assumed?

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Adjective
(of a manner or identity) Opposite of used in a manner intended to deceive
“When the recipient tries to unsubscribe, the spammer discovers that the recipient's e-mail address is valid and active.”
Adjective
Opposite of accepted by supposition rather than as a result of proof
“The TV executives predict a bonanza rating since both boxers are proven crowdpleasers.”
Adjective
Opposite of in a way that is easily perceived, understood or believed
Adjective
Opposite of suggested without being stated directly
Adjective
Opposite of worthy of being believed or accepted as true
Adjective
Opposite of self-evident or unquestionable
Verb
Opposite of to have granted something to someone
“He was still considered a threat and the government subsequently denied his right to return to the country.”
Verb
Opposite of to have had an opinion of
“I doubted Justin's account of what had happened on the weekend.”
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Opposite of to have expected
“I forgot that I was supposed to be at Bailey's audition.”
Verb
Opposite of to have accepted or received, typically something awarded
“She had worked hard and tried her best, but ultimately failed at winning a medal during the tournament.”
Verb
Opposite of to have accepted
“I turned down the first job I was offered as I was confident of getting some better offers.”
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Opposite of to have discerned from given information
“I believe you misconstrued his grandiose claims as nothing more than braggadocio.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to suppose to be the case, without proof
“These matters are of grave public concern and the people deserve to know the truth.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to adopt a feigned quality, manner or identity
Drop the accent, speak in your true voice, the fake accent is so unconvincing.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to take possession of
“Their rivals generally refuse to relinquish their weapons, fearing that in a pinch the government will rearm or fight on behalf of their enemy.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to hire (somebody) for work or a job
“The sudden downturn in the market saw the ironmasters quickly dismiss surplus workers and cut the wages of those in work.”
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