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Noun
Opposite of the situation or state of affairs
Noun
Opposite of something that is real or actually exists
Noun
Opposite of a difficult or tangled issue or problem requiring resolution
Noun
Opposite of an outer casing or covering
Noun
Opposite of a sudden short bout of an illness or stress
“Probiotics can be used to provide defense against illnesses.”
Noun
Opposite of an occurrence, or something that happens
“As it turned out, it was nothing!”
Noun
Opposite of a large box with a hinged lid for storing or transporting clothes and other articles
Noun
Opposite of a future event or circumstance which is possible but cannot be predicted with certainty
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Opposite of a cause, explanation, or justification for an action or event
“The saving of animals in distress was the consequence of her activism.”
Noun
Opposite of a large strong box, typically made of wood and used for storage or transport
Noun
Opposite of an actual event, situation, or fact
“The allegation of criminality is a complete fabrication.”
Noun
Opposite of a legal lawsuit
Noun
Opposite of a person in receipt of medical treatment
“He is currently being treated by a doctor as he recovers from illness.”
Noun
Opposite of the outer covering of a fruit or seed, especially the pod of peas and beans, or the husk of grain
Noun
Opposite of a representation of things in a group or a concept
“Rembrandt's Baroque style can be seen as the antithesis to Picasso's penchant for cubism.”
Noun
Opposite of a formal examination of evidence in a court, typically with a judge
Noun
Opposite of a person of unconventional and slightly strange views or behavior
“I'm just a normal trying to get out there.”
Noun
(true original) Opposite of an eccentric or unusual person
“She was just your usual, stopping in for a regular cup of coffee, and maybe a breakfast to boot.”
Noun
Opposite of an event or occurrence, especially one that is noteworthy
Noun
Opposite of the thought processes leading to accepted theories or solutions
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Opposite of a morally acceptable explanation for behavior, or for a belief or occurrence
Noun
Opposite of the logic or reason for a decision or way of thinking
Noun
(somewhat rare) Opposite of a sudden outburst of emotion
“The medication gave her brief relief from her nagging cough, but within twenty-four hours, it had returned.”
Noun
Opposite of an example of a class or group
Noun
Opposite of denoting a strong feeling of emotional attachment
“He struggled with feelings of scorn and resentment towards his father who had neglected him during his childhood.”
Noun
Opposite of the state of being illegal or against the law
Noun
Opposite of a short period of intense activity of a specified kind
Noun
Opposite of an event or sequence of events of a specified kind or that has previously been referred to
Noun
Opposite of a sudden attack of illness, especially a stroke or an epileptic fit
Noun
Opposite of a fact or situation that is observed to exist, especially whose cause is in question
“The ghost town was eerily silent following decades of inactivity.”
Noun
Opposite of an object or collection of objects wrapped in paper in order to be carried or sent by post
Noun
Opposite of a strange or peculiar person or thing
Noun
Opposite of a matter or concern or a topic of discussion
“In normal circumstances, perhaps I would agree that it should be a non-issue.”
Noun
Opposite of a person who is the focus of scientific or medical attention or experiment
“All tubes were randomly coded before the first incubation by a nonparticipant in the experiment to prevent investigator bias.”
Noun
Opposite of an unusual or amusing person
“Spider-Man was an everyman, a character whose secret identity, Peter Parker, was your average joe.”
Noun
Opposite of a particular matter of concern
“We understood what the problem was and quickly implemented a solution.”
Noun
Opposite of an assertion that something is true
“His denial of any improper conduct was met with disbelief and derision.”
Noun
Opposite of a compulsive or irrational preoccupation
Noun
Opposite of an activity or event one has undergone
“He was a lazy person, and his avoidance of having to do any work would infuriate many.”
Noun
Opposite of evidence or argument establishing a fact or the truth of a statement
“When I explain that she is a living refutation of her own argument, that she is a demonstration that money works, she looks skeptical.”
Noun
Opposite of an action or omission which constitutes an offense and is punishable by law
“To limit the power of slaveowners was always difficult, and it was not at all irrational to treat violence they used against their slaves as if it were a noncrime.”
Noun
Opposite of something which has been proven to be real
“There still appears to be some conjecture over whether evolution is fact or just a theory.”
Noun
Opposite of a small individual part of something larger
“His sentence isn't necessarily a precedent for the generality of other cases of corruption.”
Noun
Opposite of a topic or issue worthy of discourse
“As there were no other pressing matters to discuss, the council would instead focus on entertainment options for the public.”
Noun
Opposite of a rack, base, or piece of furniture for holding, supporting, or displaying something
“Halsman suggested the idea for this picture to Salvador Dalí after seeing his painting in which everything appeared suspended in mid-air.”
Noun
Opposite of a sudden burst of intense emotion
“Her favorite character is Data, an android who, for all his emotionlessness, has a great curiosity about being human.”
Verb
Opposite of to examine something in detail, especially a place or location
Verb
Opposite of to delve or make inquiries into
Verb
Opposite of to put or place in a box
Verb
Opposite of to see or notice
“How did you miss that? It was the single best shot ever made!”
Verb
Opposite of to look at closely in order to observe or read
“You might want to just skim through Galileo's geometrical proofs and focus your attention on his conclusions.”
Verb
Opposite of to study or check into thoroughly
“The media would largely ignore Hayden's claim of being attacked by someone who was displeased by his attire.”
Verb
Opposite of to move or go in a furtive or stealthy way
Verb
Opposite of to confine within an enclosure, typically of farm animals
Adjective
Opposite of in accordance with fact or reality
“No one believes a liar who keeps telling fictional stories.”
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