What is the opposite of burning?

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Adjective
Opposite of ablaze or on fire
Adjective
Opposite of very hot, having a significantly high temperature
Adjective
Opposite of very keenly or deeply felt
Adjective
Opposite of having, or causing, a painful, prickling or stinging sensation
Adjective
Opposite of of urgent interest or importance
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Opposite of exhibiting enthusiasm or strong passion
Adjective
Opposite of severe or intense, especially in a painful or unpleasant way
“Whenever he tried too hard to recall the sequences, he experienced a dull headache which, though not incapacitating, was unpleasant.”
Adjective
Opposite of glowing
Adjective
Opposite of emitting light as a result of being heated
Adjective
(of a question or subject) Opposite of being of current or continuing interest and importance
“Free education was once a dead issue that must be raised again as it is pertinent to our children's futures.”
Adjective
Opposite of impatient, or having a great desire or enthusiasm for something
Adjective
Opposite of refers to an intense or acrid flavor
“Many relish its sweet taste, but it is, by and large, an acquired one.”
Adjective
Opposite of feeling or expressing great anger
Adjective
Opposite of absolutely necessary or requisite
“If we could, the manuscripts would become unnecessary, dispensable.”
Adjective
Opposite of with little or no rainfall or humidity
“The rainforest was incredibly wet after so much rainfall in the past month.”
Noun
Opposite of a restless or strong desire to do something
Noun
Opposite of the act or process of burning
Verb
Opposite of present participle for to set on fire, or to be set on fire
“The stream of water that spurted from the hose did less to douse the fire than it did to fan the flames with its accompanying rush of air.”
Verb
Opposite of present participle for to feel hurt or sore, typically as a result of illness or injury
“He stared and blew air on the palm of his hands to soothe the burning sensation.”
Verb
Opposite of present participle for to be, or to feel, hot
“I stood in front of the fan for a few seconds to cool down before I began my next repetition of bicep curls.”
Verb
Opposite of present participle for to give off light
“Priestly determined that the combustion used up oxygen during a reaction, and that is why the flame would eventually extinguish.”
Verb
Opposite of present participle for to exhaust or make complete use of (a limited resource)
“Without food and increased time for the cold to penetrate, he had to conserve his energy and pace himself within his physical capability.”
Verb
Opposite of present participle for to blush or go red from feelings of shame or embarrassment
“Her face would freeze with fear anytime he mentioned danger.”
Verb
Opposite of present participle for to be emotionally stirred up with a negative emotion, especially anger
“They relax and feel relief because they know that the worst is behind them.”
Verb
Opposite of present participle for to have a strong desire for
“She had made a decision to dismiss a career in favor of keeping a home tidy and happy.”
Verb
Opposite of present participle for to trick or cause to believe what is untrue
“I am sorry to undeceive you, but it is indeed the truth I speak.”
Verb
Opposite of present participle for to travel at a fast speed
Decelerate through the next 500 meters and then pick up speed again once you pass the town.”
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