What is the opposite of condition?

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Noun
Opposite of a situation that must exist before something else is possible or permitted
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Opposite of an illness or other medical problem
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Opposite of condition of agreement
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Opposite of a particular state, period, or condition in life
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Opposite of a physical or mental condition that limits a person's movements, senses, or activities
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Opposite of a statement or assertion that makes another less absolute
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Opposite of a difficult, unpleasant, or embarrassing situation
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Opposite of an attribute of a thing or person
“Entrepreneurs were seen as chancers, but the stigma of setting up a business and risking failure has lessened.”
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Opposite of the limitation or control of someone or something, or the state of being restricted
Noun
Opposite of something that is formally or legally required or obligatory
“There appears to be a nonnecessity to adhere to court etiquette as children of all ages ran amok.”
Noun
Opposite of an illness that disrupts normal physical or mental functions
Noun
Opposite of the state of a sports player or team with regard to their current standard of play
“In just his first game since his knee injury, his rustiness was visible from the first bowl.”
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Opposite of the way in which a person lives
“I had to make a split with my old way of life as it was proving to be detrimental to my life.”
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Opposite of an illness or medical condition, especially a relatively minor one
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Opposite of provision in document
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Opposite of an inefficient part or factor
Noun
Opposite of a class, group, or kind sharing certain characteristics or qualities
Noun
Opposite of the overall state or condition of something
“It took me two hours to put everything in order, and two minutes for my son to make it a complete mess.”
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Opposite of hotness, coldness of some degree
Noun
Opposite of amendment, clause
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Opposite of the success or failure of a person or enterprise over a period of time
Noun
Opposite of an insistent and peremptory request, made as of right
“Their response to our pressing need for more resources was rather tentative and non-commital.”
Noun
Opposite of the condition of being physically fit and healthy
Noun
Opposite of an infectious disease
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Opposite of a favorable circumstance or occasion
“The canceled conference was an inopportuneness that prevented us from meeting new people.”
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Opposite of a person's predestined situation or status in life
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Opposite of a check or restraint on something
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Opposite of the normal or customary state of things
“The dog never wavered, not for a second, and I can tell you, this was a serious departure from his normal routine.”
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Opposite of a feeling of doubt qualifying acceptance of a person, statement, or plan
“People experiment with online personas and often demonstrate freedom of expression and candidness they feel unable to reveal in daily life.”
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Opposite of a physical (or sometimes figurative) ailment or disease
“In other cases, where a cure is not possible, the treatment aims to maximize the length and quality of life.”
Noun
Opposite of part of a control that responds dynamically as the user moves the pointer over it, as for example in an image map
Noun
Opposite of the future destined for a person or thing
“Neo's choice was to take the red pill and learn the real truth about their existence.”
Verb
Opposite of to train or practice so as to be accustomed to a certain condition
Verb
Opposite of to adapt to, or bring into accord with, a given environment or standard
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Opposite of to get, or make, accustomed to a given condition or situation
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Opposite of to become, cause to become, acquainted with something
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Opposite of to affect one's mind by using extreme mental pressure
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Opposite of to be persuaded based on available information
“Mike's allegations were so outrageous that they would, in fact, dissuade me from believing that Brett was a bad man.”
Verb
Opposite of to state explicitly
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Opposite of to get, or make, accustomed to a given condition or situation
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Opposite of to adapt to
“Individuals have the capacity to rebel against social norms and face the consequences of social disapprobation.”
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Opposite of to affect without completely changing
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Opposite of to influence, usually emotionally
“You almost have to desensitize yourself to the madness just to stay sane.”
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Opposite of to control or determine
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Opposite of to give an appearance of age to, especially a new object
“He said there were plans in place to refurbish the showroom and re-establish the site as a retailer under the auspices of the new company.”
Verb
Opposite of to adapt or tailor (something) for someone or a given condition
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Opposite of to establish or stipulate as a previous condition
“Is the contract rigid enough to prevent any deviations from our agreement?”
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Opposite of to fit by alteration
“The ancient tribe largely keep to themselves and avoid contact with the modern world to preserve their way of life.”
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Opposite of to fix or repair something
“He couldn't have chosen a worse time to break the coffee machine, as I was in dire need of a caffeine fix.”
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