What is the opposite of distress?

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Noun
Opposite of extreme anxiety, sorrow, or pain
“We know the strength of our bond and have the comfort of knowing that our spirits are joined together for eternity.”
Noun
Opposite of difficulty, especially when caused by lack of money
“Rich noblemen of high rank lived in comfort and luxury attended by servants and perhaps slaves in small numbers.”
Noun
Opposite of an unpleasant emotion caused by the perception of danger, pain, or harm
“It took courage for him to stand up for what he believed was right.”
Noun
(count noun) Opposite of a feeling of worry or anxiety
“Despite the results not falling her way, there was a sense of carefreeness about her, and she was convinced that everything would still be ok.”
Noun
Opposite of the state of being perturbed
Noun
Opposite of mental torment or distress
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“Billy was filled with happiness once he had gotten over his break-up with Monique.”
Noun
Opposite of a setback, or change for the worse
“At first, he had success against troops taken by surprise, but soon afterward, this fine and brilliant army was beaten near Ancona and were never able to rally again.”
Noun
Opposite of the act of imperiling, or the state of being imperiled
Noun
Opposite of the state of being difficult or bothersome
“Sarah managed to complete the challenging puzzle with ease.”
Noun
Opposite of the feeling of sorrow and compassion caused by the sufferings and misfortunes of others
Noun
(often follows "pet") Opposite of a personal dislike or source of irritation
“This romantic comedy has become my new favorite movie.”
Noun
Opposite of a concern for something or someone
“Peter's unconcern for his children's welfare would result in authorities taking them away.”
Noun
Opposite of physical, mental or emotional injury to a person
“We wished no harm and signaled to the tribe that we only brought with us peace.”
Verb
Opposite of to cause significant upset to (someone)
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“I had to calm her before I could even understand what she was trying to say.”
Verb
Opposite of to give an appearance of age to, especially a new object
“He said there were plans in place to refurbish the showroom and re-establish the site as a retailer under the auspices of the new company.”
Verb
Opposite of to traumatize or cause distress to
Verb
Opposite of to disturb mentally or emotionally
“Chloe had to calm herself before she went on stage to perform in front of the judges.”
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