What is the opposite of depth?

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Opposite of the distance from the top or surface to the bottom of something
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Opposite of complexity and profundity of thought
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Opposite of a point far below the surface
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Opposite of the lowest point, level or part (of something)
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Opposite of great depth of insight or knowledge
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Opposite of the degree of intensity of a feeling or belief
“One can only mask any irresolution in one's beliefs for only so long.”
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Opposite of the extent of the area or subject matter that something deals with or to which it is relevant
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Opposite of the size, length, or amount of something, as established by measuring
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Opposite of the furthest point or limit of something
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Opposite of the least or smallest amount or quantity possible, attainable, or required
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Opposite of the property of being abstruse
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Opposite of the middle part or point
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Opposite of great forcefulness or intensity of feeling or expression
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Opposite of great depth or intensity of a state, quality, or emotion
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Opposite of the measure of an object's width, depth or breadth
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Opposite of the quality of being ferocious
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Opposite of the dimensions, amount, or extent of something
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Opposite of the length of the space between two points
“There is here no question as to how or where the physical connection of the roads shall be made, for that has already been done at the place.”
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Opposite of wide range or extent
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Opposite of an abrupt or steep fall or slope
“I had to stop riding my bike after realizing that the incline was too steep to continue.”
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Opposite of the state of being complete or whole
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Opposite of the terminal point or boundary of an area or movement
“Located in the center of the city, the gallery will regularly display about 50 to 70 pieces from its collection.”
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Opposite of the highest or most extreme degree of something
“I had bought a replacement part but quickly realized that my current setup had not met the minimum requirements.”
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(the thick) Opposite of the most active or crowded part of something
“He walked into the room and felt dispirited when he saw the idleness of his students.”
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