What is the opposite of chuck?

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Opposite of to throw or launch something in a given direction
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Opposite of to throw, especially in a careless or inaccurate manner
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Opposite of to throw away (something unwanted or useless)
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(catch) Opposite of to throw or launch something in a given direction
“He can catch the ball in traffic as well as anyone in the league, and he's lethal after the catch.”
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(catch) Opposite of to throw or launch something in a given direction
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Opposite of to throw away (something unwanted or useless)
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Opposite of to throw or launch something in a given direction
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(of a person or object) Opposite of to leave behind
“He will always remain with his wife and family regardless of the situation.”
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Opposite of to leave an office or position
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Opposite of to place or throw something (somewhere) in a haphazard manner
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(usually sports) Opposite of to hit, kick or throw something (usually a ball) extremely high
“The goalkeeper would deflect the ball away from the goal skillfully.”
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Opposite of to give or hand over
“I would rather you keep it for yourself than to give it to someone who does not deserve it.”
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Opposite of to resign, or leave, with one's credibility still intact
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Opposite of to vomit or retch
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Opposite of to get rid of
“Why do you like to keep your old belongings? It is only resulting in more clutter around our home!”
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Opposite of to move around or sideways unsteadily
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Opposite of throw or cause to move forward or outward
“It would be foolish to cast the stones prematurely, so instead, they choose to hold it.”
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Opposite of to cause to move forwards
Noun
Opposite of any substance that can be consumed by a human
“It took me a moment to realize that the substance in my mouth was actually an inedible.”
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Opposite of edible food or substances
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Opposite of food of any kind
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Opposite of an act of throwing something
“Worsley moved across, made a brilliant catch, and sent the ball high into the air with a one-handed jerk behind his back.”
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Opposite of an act or instance of throwing something
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