What is the opposite of fire?

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Noun
Opposite of the shooting of projectiles from weapons, such as bullets from guns
“We tried sending the infantry in waves, but they couldn't get past their defenses.”
Noun
Opposite of fervent or passionate emotion or enthusiasm
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“He lacked the fire and point of his usual bearing on the battlefield, and there was apparent apathy in his movements.”
Noun
Opposite of strong criticism or antagonism
“I knew it was a compliment about something that was buttery rich, deliciously opulent and lip-smacking cool.”
Noun
Opposite of a domestic heating appliance that uses electricity or gas as fuel
“Toby located a clean glass in a cupboard and some ice tea in the refridgerator and fixed Jess a drink.”
Noun
Opposite of the property of being sprightly
Noun
Opposite of a state of being bright and radiant, splendor, brilliance
Noun
Opposite of the degree of intensity of a feeling or belief
“One can only mask any irresolution in one's beliefs for only so long.”
Noun
Opposite of a very unpleasant and prolonged experience
Verb
Opposite of to cause to burn or catch fire
“They spent more than 11 hours containing the blaze and used a turntable ladder to douse it from above.”
Verb
Opposite of to shoot or discharge a projectile, pulse or stream via a weapon or device
“The detective sighed and motioned toward his partner, who proceeded to sheath his gun and then walk toward the International Satellite.”
Verb
Opposite of to send through the air via physical force or acceleration
“Napoleon gave the order for all those that had muskets and ammunition to load up and hold their fire until ordered.”
Verb
Opposite of to suffuse with vigor, life, energy, or spirit
“We propose to break their will by proving that they cannot win, and by showing that as long as they continue to try to win, they will have to absorb tremendous losses.”
Verb
Opposite of to discharge from a job or position
“At the lower levels of business activities within this sector are very small operations that employ as few as five employees at maximum.”
Verb
Opposite of to throw or hurl with force
“If a fielder can catch the ball in the stands, it will be considered legally caught, and the batsman will be called out.”
Verb
Opposite of to discharge a projectile
Verb
(usually sports) Opposite of to hit, kick or throw something (usually a ball) extremely high
“The goalkeeper would deflect the ball away from the goal skillfully.”
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