What is the opposite of breach?

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Noun
Opposite of a gap in a wall, barrier, or defence, especially one made by an attacking army
Noun
Opposite of an act of breaking or failing to observe a law, agreement, or code of conduct
Noun
Opposite of a break in relations
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Opposite of the breach of a moral or legal code, rule, or standard
Noun
Opposite of an open space, gap, or hole in an object or between two structures
“A gap in the bathroom required a filling of caulk.”
Noun
Opposite of a gap or opening
“He threw his hands in the air when a car caused a blockage in the middle of a traffic juncture and prevented him from passing.”
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Opposite of the action of violating someone or something
“She writes that strict adherence to customs and traditions is harmful, as it can disturb human happiness.”
Noun
Opposite of the act of breaking
Noun
Opposite of a point or way in which people or things are dissimilar
“Corn snakes are named because of the similarity between their markings and the patterns of Indian corn.”
Noun
Opposite of a gap or distance between two points or objects
“The most common problem is at the joint between bathtub and tile or shower pan and tile.”
Noun
Opposite of a dishonest, illegal or inappropriate act
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Opposite of an embarrassing or tactless act or remark in a social situation
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Opposite of a state or feeling of being dissatisfied, especially with people in authority or a system of control
Noun
Opposite of an immoral act considered to be a transgression against divine law
“After performing a good deed, he's also stuck with a halo above his head.”
Verb
Opposite of to fail to conform to a regulation or obligation
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Opposite of to open or break through a barrier, especially by force
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Opposite of to confront through the use of military force
“The elves flanked their dwarven brethren to help defend the castle against the onslaught from the orcs.”
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(of a rule, law or agreement) Opposite of to fail to keep or abide by
“Johnson reaffirmed that he would honor his contract with his sporting club.”
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Opposite of to fail to conform to a regulation or obligation
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Opposite of to break or destroy the structure of
“It is important to repair the muscle layer competently, to prevent dead spaces that can lead to hematomas forming and infection developing.”
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Opposite of to breach or disturb (a harmonious feeling or situation)
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Opposite of to penetrate or make a hole in
“The needle would leave my skin, and the doctor would place a gauze over the small prick wound.”
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