What is the opposite of clash?

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Noun
Opposite of a confrontation, or a state of hostility, between two or more factions
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Opposite of a sudden loud, sharp noise
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Opposite of a prolonged armed struggle
“Countries in this region have lived in peace with each other for decades.”
Noun
Opposite of a contest held to establish someone's, or something's, superiority or supremacy
“A sextet of artists come together in this unique collaboration, which is documented in a limited-edition book.”
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Opposite of an organized competition or activity usually performed for the enjoyment of a mass of people
“Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic engaged in some funny banter during an exhibition that was organized on the eve of The Australian Open.”
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Opposite of a forceful collision of two things
“The aversion of traffic calamity was a result of the two drivers' avoidance of an accident, thanks to their quick thinking and reaction.”
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Opposite of an (often hostile) expression of differing opinions
“They reached an agreement between each other not to compete in tendering for contracts.”
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Opposite of a conflict between opposing ideas, interests, or factions
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Opposite of a contest in which people or teams compete against each other in a particular sport
“The mystery room is a complicated puzzle that requires collaborative work to solve.”
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Opposite of a conflict of interest or a dispute
“The two parties agreed to an alliance with each other.”
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Opposite of a state of uncertainty or indecisiveness
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Opposite of an instance of one moving object or person striking violently against another
Verb
Opposite of to strike or collide with a loud noise
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Opposite of to meet and come into violent conflict
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Opposite of to differ from, or not match with, something
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Opposite of to make or cause to make a continuous rattling sound
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Opposite of to collide forcefully with something
“He threw a punch that would miss its mark.”
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Opposite of to engage in an altercation
“Police officers would often be required to placate the protestors when they turned violent.”
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Opposite of to express different opinions about something, often angrily
“Many would agree that it is better to prevent things from happening than trying to fix things that have already been broken.”
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Opposite of to confront or come up against
“I order you to stand down and retreat, Captain!”
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Opposite of to differ strikingly or to be an unsuitable match
“He wore a navy suit to complement her plunging dress.”
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Opposite of to engage in conflict
“The opposing forces would make peace and call an end to the long-drawn-out war.”
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Opposite of to try to cope with
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Opposite of to engage in forceful or violent confrontations
“Chester would agree with Jesse that his car was gone.”
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Opposite of to engage in competition
“The teams had put aside their rivalries and would work together for a good cause.”
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Opposite of to be unlike or dissimilar
“The techniques used to create this type of hair jewelry resemble those for making bobbin lace.”
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