What is the opposite of curse?

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Noun
Opposite of an offensive word or phrase used to express anger or annoyance
“Please show your respect to the other families by being considerate and using clean language around children.”
Noun
Opposite of a cause of great distress or misfortune
“He has had a rough life with cerebral palsy, but music has been such a blessing for our son and a fantastic outlet for his creativity.”
Noun
Opposite of a magical spell, especially one that brings about harm or evil
“At the initial condolence ceremony, the marabout officiates, transmitting his religious blessing or benediction to the guests.”
Noun
Opposite of a profane or offensive expression used to express anger or other strong emotions
“That single pleasantry just made my day.”
Noun
Opposite of energetic earthiness
Noun
Opposite of the cause of someone's downfall
Noun
Opposite of a spell or hold
“Another key came in the testimony under immunity of two men who said they were with the suspect the night of the shooting.”
Noun
Opposite of indecent or vulgar word
Noun
Opposite of detested person
Noun
Opposite of a very unpleasant or frightening experience or prospect
Noun
Opposite of an event or circumstance that causes sorrow
“It was pure luck that she managed to escape serious injury after the catastrophic accident.”
Noun
Opposite of a word or language considered taboo and impolite or offensive
Noun
Opposite of desecration, blasphemous behaviour, defilement
Noun
Opposite of a formal denunciation, especially one threatening divine punishment
Verb
Opposite of to criticize or abuse someone verbally
“As part of his positive reinforcement strategy, Jay would often praise Charlie's good behavior but also reprove inappropriate conduct.”
Verb
Opposite of to afflict, or be afflicted with, a misfortune or something undesirable
“The shield held six magical tokens from his first Quest in Avantia that would bless him with powers over the Good Beasts.”
Verb
Opposite of to cause anguish or distress to
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Opposite of to traumatize or cause distress to
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Opposite of to bring bad luck to
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Opposite of to blame or insult (someone) in strong or violent language
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Opposite of to cause anguish or distress to
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Opposite of to officially exclude someone from membership of a church or religious community
Verb
Opposite of to afflict or haunt with (harm)
“After your father found a way to dispel the curse and separate my soul from the Ker's, part of my immortal self was not restored to me.”
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