What is the opposite of consummate?

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Opposite of displaying outstanding skill, knowledge, or experience in a given field
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Opposite of of the greatest possible degree or amount
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Opposite of constituting or referring to all of something
“Members of the public were only allowed to see an incomplete version of the official report.”
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Opposite of unusually good or remarkable
“I'm just an ordinary woman, living a regular life with a normal family, and married to an extraordinary husband.”
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Opposite of to a complete or absolute degree
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Opposite of having absolute certainty about something
“The board remains uncertain of his tenure as coach following a series of demoralizing losses.”
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Opposite of of the highest quality
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Opposite of to an utter or complete degree
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Opposite of in a continued fashion, to an utter or complete degree, without relief
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Opposite of very skillful or effective
“Try as he might, Marshall remained an unskilled wordsmith, fumbling at every stanza while he mumbled incoherently about dropping a coffee pot.”
Adjective
Opposite of superseding others in importance or status
“His punches were weak and slow, and I can claim with confidence that he was the worst boxer that I had ever seen.”
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Opposite of to an absolute degree
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Opposite of being in the most pure form
“I actually don't take tea, I take coffee, my dear. I'm an atypical Englishman in New York.”
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Opposite of pure or untarnished
“The sociopath's charm was of a dubious nature.”
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Opposite of to an absolute degree
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Opposite of so good as to be an example worthy of imitation
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Opposite of blameless or faultless
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Opposite of the ideal representative of something
“She remained single as she was worried about finding a man antithetic to everything she was looking for.”
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Opposite of finished, having reached an end or conclusion
“Pritchard was in no mood to deal with the unfinished construction of the new bridge.”
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Opposite of noteworthy historically, or among one's peers
“He was just one of many unknown painters from the 19th century.”
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(of a performance or ability) Opposite of evoking admiration through quality or skill
“That was an insipid performance from a team who were firm favorites coming into this game.”
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Opposite of excelling above all others
“Being extremely uncoordinated, he was by far the worst athlete in the team.”
Adjective
Opposite of highest in rank, authority or superiority
“She had attempted to hand a sprinkle of enlightenment to the inferior humans, but it was lost on them as wasted babble.”
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Opposite of extremely beautiful and delicate
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Opposite of devoted completely to one object
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Opposite of to complete or fulfil
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Opposite of to finish or reach the end successfully
“Tim planned to begin his commitment to weight loss once he had finished his chocolate hot fudge sundae.”
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Opposite of to bring about or cause something to happen
“The president would end the policies enacted by his predecessor as soon as he was in office.”
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Opposite of to carry out an action to the end
“I have realized that I should perhaps abandon my search for the perfect wife.”
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Opposite of to achieve or complete successfully
“Laziness will almost certainly mean you will fail in your endeavors.”
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Opposite of to crown king, to make (a person) king
“They would dethrone and imprison the king, while his followers were exiled from the land they once occupied.”
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