What is the opposite of disappear?

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Opposite of to vanish or disappear, especially gradually
“I would be minding my own business when the light seemed to appear out of nowhere.”
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Opposite of to flee or run away
“We all quickly moved forward down a small ravine and then started up and were told to hold ground.”
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Opposite of to gradually wane or dissipate
“The arpeggios sounded like they were getting louder, till at least they would peak before the energy would start to build again.”
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Opposite of to cease to exist or be in use
“It is important that genetic diversity is preserved so that if conditions change, some individuals will have the genes necessary to cope and the species will survive.”
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Opposite of to be lost or go missing
“It is amazing how quickly my possessions reappear when I offer a generous recompense.”
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Opposite of to disappear from view or existence
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Opposite of to become weaker or of poorer quality
“The reception appeared to progressively recover as we shifted the antenna to a different location.”
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Opposite of to depart or run away, especially secretly
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Opposite of to clear or disappear (gradually), especially of something undesirable
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Opposite of to escape, or be liberated, from a place of confinement
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Opposite of to draw to a close
“If symptoms persist, please see a doctor.”
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(archaic) Opposite of to flee or run away (from)
“I believe they will come to me for I always had something for them.”
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Opposite of to break free from confinement or control
“Rather than purchase his freedom at the expense of his Loyalty, he chose to remain in confinement, and await his fate.”
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Opposite of go or cause to go in different directions
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Opposite of to clear or disappear, especially of something undesirable
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Opposite of to fade or become less intense
“When he was growing up in North Brunswick, New Jersey, Howard had behavioral tics that would manifest at any time.”
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Opposite of to be lost or stolen
“Eventually, the stolen paintings would be returned to their rightful owner.”
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