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What is the opposite of due?

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Adjective
(of a payment) Opposite of required at a certain time
Adjective
Opposite of of the proper quality or extent
Adjective
(due to) Opposite of deserved or merited by
Adjective
Opposite of characterized by being fair, just, or impartial
Adjective
Opposite of appropriate or proper for a particular purpose or circumstance
Adjective
Opposite of expected to arrive
Adjective
Opposite of of a suitable quality, standard, or type to meet the required purpose
“Nitrate moving downward may pollute groundwater and well water, thus making it unsuitable for human use.”
Adjective
Opposite of due to happen or just beginning
“Plenty has been said and done in the past fortnight.”
Adjective
Opposite of having a legitimate right to property, position, or status
Adjective
Opposite of subject to taxation
Adjective
Opposite of deserving of one's time, effort, resources or attention
“They don't want to put anything on the balance sheet that may turn out to be worthless.”
Adverb
Opposite of in a straight or direct line or course
Adverb
Opposite of used to emphasize the accuracy of a figure or description
Adverb
Opposite of in an exact or precise way, especially with regards to a point, location or time
“You can get there approximately twenty minutes before the show to set yourselves up.”
Adverb
Opposite of exactly or precisely as specified or in a given position or location
“We looked around randomly for a place to sit.”
Noun
(general or positive) Opposite of something that is owed to one
Noun
Opposite of a right or privilege exclusive to a particular individual or class
Noun
Opposite of money or payment that is owed or due
Noun
Opposite of a moral or legal entitlement to have or do something
“The government's prohibition of chewing gum greatly angered the nation's citizens.”
Noun
Opposite of the state of being just
Noun
Opposite of a special right or advantage, granted or available only to a particular person or group
“They not only live in impoverished neighborhoods but have the disadvantage of poor education.”
Noun
Opposite of the future destined for a person or thing
“Neo's choice was to take the red pill and learn the real truth about their existence.”
Noun
Opposite of a part or portion of something which is allotted to someone
“We do not charge any fees. You can keep the entirety of the revenue that you earn.”
Noun
(now literary) Opposite of a reward, prize or recompense for a service
Noun
Opposite of the outcome or inevitable events predetermined by a supernatural or divine will
“We believe that the deep and growing political division will be the cause of the dynasty's collapse.”
Noun
Opposite of a payment levied on the transfer of property, for licenses, and for the legal recognition of documents
“He also promised to immediately exempt minimum wage earners from tax and give them a rebate for this year.”
Noun
Opposite of one's right to speak, think or act
“With despotic governments, heavy censorship of speech and expression is common.”
Noun
Opposite of a right or title to something
“Medders' refusal of her inheritance was not a transfer since she never actually received her husband's assets.”
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