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Verb
Opposite of to fall down or to a lower level, especially abruptly
“It was impressive to see the young colt rise so quickly after tripping over.”
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Opposite of to physically move from a higher to a lower level
“During the festival, many hot air balloons would ascend into the sky.”
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Opposite of to decrease in number, amount, intensity, or quality
“We have to make adjustments as costs continue to increase due to inflation.”
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Opposite of to surrender to, or to be conquered by
“Despite the onslaught at the mouth of Blackwater Rush, Joffrey's forces would still defeat Stannis' army.”
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Opposite of to become weaker or worse
“In a saturated market, their business continues to flourish despite stiff competition.”
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Opposite of to be badly wounded or killed
“In a miraculous moment, Peter Quill somehow manages to survive despite holding the infinity stone.”
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Opposite of to ebb or recede
“It was unexpected to see the tides flood at this time of the day.”
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Opposite of to cause (something) to descend to the ground
“The community would erect a statue of their hero in the town center.”
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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 fail, especially in spectacular fashion
“You must possess the will to succeed if you want to be rich and famous!”
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Opposite of to take place or come about
“Moments like these disappear as quickly as they appear.”
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Opposite of to yield to someone or something
“The entrenched Turks were strong enough to withstand the attack of the Bulgarian forces.”
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Opposite of fail to resist pressure, temptation, or some other negative force
Noun
Opposite of an act of physically falling
“Her swift recovery after falling to the ground enabled her to get to the ball and execute a winner down the line.”
Noun
Opposite of a decrease in size, number, rate, or level
“The coach said that even a minimal rise in endeavor would have gotten the team over the line.”
Noun
(aggrandisement) Opposite of an act or instance of being defeated or overthrown
“The aggrandizement of Daenerys was getting stronger and more apparent as she defeated cities and liberated slaves.”
Noun
(victory) Opposite of an act or instance of being defeated or overthrown
“Daenerys' decisive victory at Yunkai won the hearts of the people who celebrated her as Mhysa.”
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Opposite of an act or instance of surrendering
“Despite the unrelenting siege on their fortification, the soldiers' resistance would not falter.”
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Opposite of a downward difference in height between parts of a surface
“Just below it leaned a tottering crag that would have toppled, starting an avalanche on an acclivity where no sliding mass could stop.”
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Opposite of the lapse of humankind into a state of sin, as ascribed in theology
“Although grace initiates the salvation of man, man must reciprocate with his life through faith and good works.”
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Opposite of a removal from power
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Opposite of something that opposes a person's plans, usually in a harmful manner
“Google is your friend, so use it to find whatever you need.”
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Opposite of a reduction in amount or size
Noun
Opposite of a downward or declining slope or surface
“The bicyclist braced himself for a hard slog upon encountering an unexpectedly steep incline.”
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