What is the opposite of dormant?

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Adjective
Opposite of in an idle state due to not being used or employed
“The nuclear plant has been active for five decades and is now owned and operated by a lucrative energy company.”
Adjective
Opposite of existing but not yet developed or manifest
“Alarm at the possible effect on himself of her husband's strongly manifested anger would have checked any expression of her own resentment.”
Adjective
Opposite of in a state of inactivity or repose, either physical or mental
“The children are very active from the time they wake up to the time they go to bed.”
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Opposite of unsuccessful or dull from lack of change or development
“Such a structure will allow me to assess and evaluate Potter's 'epic' career in television and his growing development as a writer.”
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Opposite of in a state of sleep
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(of weather or the elements) Opposite of still or calm in nature
“He ran into a nearby inn to escape the stormy weather.”
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Opposite of denotes a possibility or capacity to develop into something, but not actuality
“With such a terrible attitude, many experts argued that him reaching his potential was unlikely.”
Adjective
Opposite of devoid of life or activity
“The jungle was lush, moist, thick, and teeming with life.”
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Opposite of stationary and not moving
“Wary of being kettled, we chose to stay mobile, causing disruption on Oxford St and the surrounding area.”
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(of farmland) Opposite of plowed and harrowed, but left for a period without being sown
Adjective
Opposite of passive
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