What is the opposite of broken?

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Adjective
Opposite of having been broken
“Surprisingly, the vase remained unbroken after dropping to the floor.”
Adjective
Opposite of having breaks or gaps in continuity
“Two continuous lines on the road indicate that overtaking a vehicle is prohibited.”
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Opposite of mentally defeated
“The team was upbeat about their chances of beating the worst team in the competition.”
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Opposite of not working
“I took my car to a local garage and got my flat tires fixed.”
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(of a promise made) Opposite of not honored
“My promise was kept, but I couldn't trust you to keep yours.”
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Opposite of stuttering or inarticulate in speech
“Amanda is a skilled linguist who is fluent in French, Italian, and German.”
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Opposite of having an uneven and rough surface
“We were so happy with the smooth timber finish of our dining table.”
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(of limbs or bones) Opposite of fractured, usually due to injury
“With a completely rehabilitated knee, he was able to compete once again.”
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Opposite of having a rupture
“There are also worries about the apparent irreversibility of leaving the waste in a sealed hole.”
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(of a relationship or household) Opposite of dysfunctional or lacking harmony
“I come from a happy family where everyone always feels loved.”
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(of a marriage or love affair) Opposite of ending in divorce or a breakup
“They have enjoyed a long and fruitful marriage.”
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Opposite of irregular and unsteady, characterized by fits
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Opposite of not working or taking effect
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Opposite of consisting of fragments
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Opposite of harmed, damaged, or impaired
Adjective
Opposite of broken or separated into many pieces
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Opposite of lacking in material possessions or financial wealth
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Opposite of predisposed to having, or characterized by, bad luck
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Opposite of experiencing pain
“She felt that everyone except herself, lived a happy, untormented life, unburdened by financial pressures.”
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(informal) Opposite of under the influence of alcohol
“We need you to be sober tonight to drive us home.”
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(of a structure or piece of equipment) Opposite of poorly made and likely to collapse
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Opposite of intimidated or subjugated
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Opposite of affected with, or causing, physical discomfort or pain
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Opposite of exhausted and dejected
Adjective
Opposite of domesticated and tamed, especially of, or as, a pet
Adjective
Opposite of without hope or prospect of completion, success, or survival
Adjective
Opposite of disappointed in someone or something that one discovers to be less good than one had believed
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Opposite of incapable of being repaired, amended, cured or rectified
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Opposite of erratic or out of control
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Opposite of lacking energy, drive, motivation or emotion
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Opposite of hesitant or uncertain
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Opposite of useless
Verb
Opposite of without hope of recovery
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(repaired) Opposite of past participle for to separate into pieces as a result of a collision, blow, shock, or strain
“The town has appropriated funds to repair the bridge and work should begin this summer.”
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(combined) Opposite of past participle for to separate into pieces as a result of a collision, blow, shock, or strain
“I showed my son how to combine the pieces of the jigsaw puzzle together again.”
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(of a rule, law or agreement) Opposite of past participle for 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 past participle for to stop proceedings, typically in relation to arduous activity
“After lunch, we will resume proceedings.”
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Opposite of past participle for to stop or interrupt an action, process or operation
“I don't appreciate the fact that you try to perpetuate the pathetic myth that Britpop was some kind of idyllic golden age for British music.”
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Opposite of past participle for to tell or reveal news or information
“Although everyone who lies wants to conceal the truth, not everyone who wants to conceal the truth lies.”
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Opposite of past participle for to be revealed
“Loki and Doctor Strange would secret the Inifinity Stones away from Thanos.”
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Opposite of past participle for to exceed or cross a given limit
“The house sold at a price that would subceed my expectations.”
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(functioned) Opposite of past participle for to become inoperative
“The computer will need to be repaired in order to function again.”
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(stabilised) Opposite of past participle for to become inoperative
“Our systems are finally starting to stabilize after a few technical issues.”
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Opposite of past participle for to cause damage to
“I should dust off and fix my bike if I'm going to train again.”
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Opposite of past participle for to cushion something's effect
“The height of the drop would exacerbate the impact of the vehicle's fall from the bridge.”
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Opposite of past participle for to happen, occur or come into existence
“Gwen would suddenly cease her singing right in the middle of the chorus due to a sore throat.”
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Opposite of past participle for to retreat from something frightening or dangerous
“Despite pundits opining that Joe was out of his depth, he would ultimately still face his imposing opponent.”
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Opposite of past participle for to sustain an injury involving the fracture of a bone or bones in a part of the body
“A 12-month rehabilitation period will be required to heal damage to his ligaments.”
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Opposite of past participle for to decipher or solve through reasoning, analysis or logic
“You can use this software to encrypt the file.”
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(of a habit) Opposite of past participle for to quit or give up
“His family became increasingly worried that he would continue to maintain his bad habits and vices over the long term.”
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Opposite of past participle for to be overcome by a given feeling or emotion
“She would initially resist the seduction of a good bargain but eventually caved in under the weight of temptation.”
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Opposite of past participle for to cause to become tired, weary or fatigued
“The natural light bathing her room would help to energize and refresh her.”
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Opposite of past participle for to move in a (usually sharp) turn
“He was starting to meander into the next lane, so his partner told him to straighten up.”
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(of the weather) Opposite of past participle for to undergo a change
“It looks like the rain will continue for the next week or so.”
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Opposite of past participle for to break through a surface
“The nurse would withdraw the needle after inoculating the child.”
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Opposite of past participle for to penetrate the surface from below
“The scientist watches an eagle dive into the river, emerging laboriously moments later with silver salmon firmly in its talons.”
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Opposite of past participle for to destroy, weaken or work against
“The increasingly alienating events in the years and decades to follow did nothing but strengthen their cause.”
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Opposite of past participle for to fail in business or to become bankrupt
“It's likely that some of this ill-gotten gain has been used to capitalize businesses or enrich universities.”
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Opposite of past participle for to reduce the value or price of
“If you are buying an asset, it's fair to say that you hope that the value will appreciate over time.”
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(of a piece of land) Opposite of past participle for to cut into and turn over the sod of
“Engineers were asked to fill the land with sand and stones.”
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