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Opposite of to rush forward, especially suddenly and with speed
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Opposite of to attack, especially by advancing suddenly and quickly
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Opposite of to make a claim of wrongdoing against
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Opposite of to establish or apply as a charge or penalty
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Opposite of to order something done
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Opposite of to record the cost of something as an amount payable by someone, an account, or a credit card
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Opposite of to load a piece of equipment with the material required for its use
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Opposite of to fill or pervade with a quality or emotion
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Opposite of make a concerted or violent attack on
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Opposite of move or act with great haste
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Opposite of to give instructions
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Opposite of to spread throughout
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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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Opposite of to move angrily or forcefully in a specified direction
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Opposite of to command that something be done
“I ask that you reconsider your position on the verdict.”
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Opposite of to establish or apply as a charge or penalty
“The audits either rejected the inflated invoices or required the contractors to reimburse the money.”
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(informal) Opposite of to move or depart hastily
“Do you mind if we stay here a little longer?”
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Opposite of to give official or legal power to
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Opposite of to move at a fast speed on foot
“She watched in gentle adoration, her two-year-old daughter walk slowly toward her.”
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Opposite of to state under oath, to plead
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Opposite of a rush forward, literally or figuratively
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Opposite of an accusation, typically one formally made against a prisoner brought to trial
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Opposite of a responsibility or duty assigned to someone
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Opposite of responsibility for the care or control of someone or something
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Opposite of a person or thing entrusted to the care of someone
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Opposite of an official instruction, especially one given by a judge to a jury regarding points of law
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Opposite of a special effort exerted towards a particular goal
“Due to the controversy, there was genuine hesitation by the team to release the film to the public.”
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Opposite of an authority or command over something or someone
“A feeling of powerlessness overwhelmed her when she realized that there was no answer to her dilemma.”
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Opposite of the amount of money expected, required, or given in payment for something
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Opposite of a payment made to a professional person or to a professional or public body in exchange for advice or services
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Opposite of a fierce or destructive attack
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Opposite of a task or piece of work allocated to someone as part of a job or course of study
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Opposite of the power or right to give orders, make decisions, and enforce obedience
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Opposite of the action of overseeing something
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Opposite of an amount that has to be paid or spent to buy or obtain something
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Opposite of a moral, professional or legal duty
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Opposite of the protective care or guardianship of someone or something
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Opposite of the act or action of setting upon with force, especially by an army or military
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Opposite of charge of wrongdoing, fault
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Opposite of a sudden feeling of excitement and pleasure
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Opposite of a thing which one is required to do as part of a job, role, or legal obligation
“She stated that her debilitating physical disability was grounds for work exemption.”
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Opposite of an amount of money spent on something
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Opposite of the ordering or requesting of someone to do something
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Opposite of a thrill of pleasurable, often reckless, excitement
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Opposite of a compulsory contribution to state revenue, levied by the government on workers' income and business profits, or added to the cost of some goods, services, and transactions
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Opposite of a forceful attack or effort
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Opposite of an instruction, command, or role given to a person or group
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Opposite of a rapid surprise attack on an enemy by troops, aircraft, or other armed forces
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Opposite of the management or guidance of someone or something
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Opposite of a direct assault by troops on a fortified place
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