What is the opposite of fell?

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Verb
Opposite of to knock down (a person)
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Opposite of to kill or take the life of
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Opposite of to strike down or lay level with the floor
“Mike would help up his opponent off the deck when the fight was all said and done.”
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Opposite of to strike (someone) so as to make them fall down
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Opposite of to kill off or put an end to someone or something
“The Vikings were in good spirits, becoming well disposed to Bagnold, and decided to spare him instead of killing him.”
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Opposite of to cause the death of
“So if they resurrect any more dead characters remember where you heard it first.”
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Opposite of to kill or cause the death of
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Opposite of to move, demolish, or flatten with a bulldozer
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Opposite of to knock to the ground
“He put his sergeant's hand around his shoulder to support him and ensure he didn't fall to the ground.”
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(of a game or contest) Opposite of to have failed to win
“He won against his opponent, a fitting finale to the hard work and training he had put in over the last few months.”
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Opposite of to grab (someone), usually aggressively, to stop them or bring them to ground
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Opposite of to have deprived of life
“The lifeguard used CPR and revived the boy who had almost drowned.”
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Opposite of past tense for 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 past tense for 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 past tense for 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 past tense for 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 past tense for to become weaker or worse
“In a saturated market, their business continues to flourish despite stiff competition.”
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Opposite of past tense for 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 past tense for to ebb or recede
“It was unexpected to see the tides flood at this time of the day.”
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Opposite of past tense for to cause (something) to descend to the ground
“The community would erect a statue of their hero in the town center.”
Adjective
Opposite of causing, or resulting in, death
Adjective
Opposite of without pity or compassion
Adjective
Opposite of not civilized, typically with implications of a savage or violent nature
“This image is not one of a warrior with anti-imperialist ideals, but of a civilized leader at peace with the foreigners.”
Noun
Opposite of a naturally raised area of land, not as high or craggy as a mountain
Noun
Opposite of the skin of an animal, especially when tanned or dressed
“The flesh has a fine texture, making it suitable for salads.”
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