What is the opposite of directed?

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Adjective
Opposite of supervised
Adjective
Opposite of controlled or managed accordingly
Adjective
Opposite of done under supervision or control
Adjective
Opposite of shipped
Adjective
Opposite of controlled
Adjective
Opposite of obliged by law, circumstances, or duty to do something
Adjective
Opposite of hierarchic or hierarchical
Adjective
Opposite of on the way towards
Verb
Opposite of to have been in charge or command of
“Several specialists served in a team led by Danny Ocean who wanted to pull off one of the greatest heists of all time.”
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Opposite of to have convinced or manipulated
“The rationalization that our weapons potpourri confused the enemy into fear of misbehaving is absurd and threatening.”
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Opposite of to have physically guided a person or animal
“The horse followed John to water, but would not drink.”
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Opposite of to have determined or dictated
“There were several factors that hindered my ability to complete the task.”
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Opposite of to have guided or escorted
“The ushers have ignored me as I wait patiently to be shown to my seat.”
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Opposite of to have made a request, or demand, of someone
“Because they ignored my requests to stop talking in the cinema, I forced them to do so.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to conduct or control the affairs of
“This was partly meant to convince the board that the new leaders were ready to manage or mismanage their own affairs.”
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(direct at or to) Opposite of past tense for to intend a remark, comment or statement for
“Rather than openly stating her disagreement, she would remain silent about her reaction and keep her opinions to herself.”
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Opposite of past tense for to show the way
“The little girl with curly hair would follow her mother all the way back to their house.”
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Opposite of past tense for to send, usually by mail
“My new home had a door with a slot in it where I would receive my mail.”
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Opposite of past tense for to direct or guide along a pathway
“The roadblocks were put in place to obstruct the flow of traffic in an area full of construction activity.”
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