What is the opposite of fight?

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Noun
Opposite of a violent confrontation or struggle
“There was peace among the group after everyone received their Christmas treats.”
Noun
Opposite of the inclination or ability to fight or struggle
“He argued that change could be brought about through pacifism and appeasement.”
Noun
Opposite of a battle or war
“She will rule the four Kingdoms and bring peace to the land once more.”
Noun
Opposite of a dispute carried on with heat or anger
Noun
Opposite of the use of force or violence to oppose someone or something
“He suggested other NATO states could individually or as an alliance provide military support to help the country.”
Noun
Opposite of an organized competition or activity usually performed for the enjoyment of a mass of people
“Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic engaged in some funny banter during an exhibition that was organized on the eve of The Australian Open.”
Noun
Opposite of the quality that enables a person to encounter danger with firmness
Noun
Opposite of a contest in which people or teams compete against each other in a particular sport
“The mystery room is a complicated puzzle that requires collaborative work to solve.”
Noun
Opposite of the state of being inclined to compete, typically wanting to win
Verb
Opposite of to engage in a physical encounter, either competitive or non-competitive
“To conciliate the workers, he raised their pay, thus creating financial problems for himself instead.”
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Opposite of to struggle to overcome, eliminate, or prevent
“The network will finally bow to mounting pressure to remove the controversial show from its nightly rotation.”
Verb
Opposite of to engage in a war or battle
“As a result, the authorities needed three more years to pacify the country.”
Verb
Opposite of to quarrel or argue
“We gel with each other very well, and rarely give in to bickering.”
Verb
Opposite of to persevere in the face of difficulty
“In the end, it was too much, and he eventually had to quit.”
Verb
Opposite of to struggle against one's emotions
“She tried spiritedly to not succumb to the temptations of chocolate chip cookies.”
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Opposite of to have a quarrel or argument with someone
Verb
Opposite of to argue about something, often angrily
Verb
To apply oneself to, or start work on, a given task or issue
“We need to attack the problem now before it exacerbates.”
Verb
Opposite of to put an end to
Verb
Opposite of to engage in a war
“Firms may be able to cooperate by agreeing to abide by the decisions of an external regulator who can be appointed by the firms.”
Verb
Opposite of to engage in forceful or violent confrontations
“Chester would agree with Jesse that his car was gone.”
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Opposite of to apply great and continuous effort towards work, a task, or a goal
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Opposite of to defy or put up an opposition to
“We do everything possible to ensure that our drivers adhere to the rules of the road, especially speed limits.”
Verb
Opposite of to battle or fight in support or defense of something
“In August 1552, the young Tsar led a Russian army, perhaps 150,000 strong, to besiege Kazan, a walled and moated town set on a hill.”
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Opposite of to become disobedient against authority
“Citizens acknowledged the improving economy and would comply with new measures introduced by the government.”
Verb
Opposite of to confront, or come up against, a given situation
“It seems important at this point to emphasize that resilient leaders do not dodge adversity or escape the vagaries of life.”
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