What is the opposite of countenance?

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Noun
Opposite of the state, act, or fact of being calm and composed
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Opposite of the state or feeling of being calm and in control of oneself
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Opposite of the state, act, or fact of being calm and composed
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Opposite of the front part of the head of a person or animal
“Racketball is the only sport where simultaneously you can be looking at the ball, and it'll hit you in the back of the head at 90 miles per hour.”
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Opposite of a look on someone's face that conveys a particular emotion
“The deadpan is key to Wright's comedic routine.”
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Opposite of the action of approving something
“Beth immediately began to sob and then described her parents' disapproval of her career choice and calling to the ministry.”
Noun
Opposite of a particular appearance or quality
“As a whole, it looked gaudy and harsh on the eyes.”
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Opposite of an appearance or form of behavior assumed by a person to conceal their genuine feelings
“I might have been looking at my reflection in a crystal clear pool and seeing the reality of my being.”
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Opposite of authorization or consent
“The prohibition on smoking within the premises still stands.”
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Opposite of the front part of the head of a person or animal
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Opposite of an impression of a quality or manner given by someone or something
“Too often, especially in qualitative proposals, there is an absence of logic regarding sampling.”
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Opposite of mental or emotional stability
“Questions about his fitness were put to bed after a dominant performance on the field.”
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Opposite of restraint imposed by oneself on one's own actions
Noun
Opposite of protection; support
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Opposite of the way that someone or something looks
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Opposite of the ability to control oneself, in particular one's emotions and desires, especially in difficult situations
Verb
Opposite of to support or tolerate
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Opposite of to show favor or approval of
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Opposite of to endure or go through (an ordeal)
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Opposite of to grant something to someone
“He was still considered a threat and the government would subsequently deny his right to return to the country.”
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Opposite of to trust or accept as truth
“You are an incorrigible cynic who will doubt anything you hear.”
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Opposite of to endure a challenging or traumatic experience
“This is a tribute to the millions of our people who refused to succumb to tyranny.”
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Opposite of to bear hardship
“Anyone who is attentive in the management of their household, and understands thoroughly how to avoid the inconveniences of poverty, is wise in the eyes of the world.”
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Opposite of to persist until the end
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Opposite of to offer a recommendation
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Opposite of to agree to or with
“I fundamentally disagree with many statements in this flawed article.”
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