What is the opposite of fierce?

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Opposite of having or displaying a violent or ferocious aggressiveness
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(of the elements) Opposite of severe and powerful, especially to the point of being destructive
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Opposite of having or showing agressiveness in the pursuit of a goal
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Opposite of inflicting suffering onto others without conscience
“Maximus was merciful and chose to spare the life of Tigris of Gaul in the gladiator's arena.”
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Opposite of extreme in intensity
“The two opposing groups had a half-hearted fight before going their separate ways.”
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Opposite of involving much activity, debate, or interest
“We expected a fiery debate, but as it turned out, the audience was very dispassionate about the subject.”
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(informal) Opposite of extremely unpleasant or disagreeable in nature
“This unusual salad looks pretty on a plate and has a pleasant taste.”
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Opposite of behaving or done in a determined and forceful way
“His argument, both weak and unpersuasive, was met with silence from the audience.”
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(usually of animals) Opposite of living outdoors without taming or domestication by humans
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Opposite of filled with hatred or intense rivalry
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Opposite of fiercely competitive in nature
“Our team won the tournament easily as the other teams were largely noncompetitive.”
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Opposite of of having great influence
“We would end up an impotent and uninfluential nation, just one voice among the many.”
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Opposite of causing great and irreparable damage
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Opposite of acting or done quickly and without thought or care
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Opposite of having or showing eagerness or enthusiasm towards an activity
“I was just a casual follower of tennis, but a fanatic enthusiast of basketball.”
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Opposite of determined or passionate in interests or endeavors
“Julia had set many goals for herself but appeared indifferent when it came to achieving them.”
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Opposite of requiring more effort than could be reasonably expected or asked for
“Given the ample time they had to amend the education bill, the interns felt that it was an easy task to complete.”
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