What is the opposite of flap?

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Noun
Opposite of a thin, flat piece of material made of cloth, paper, metal, etc.
Noun
Opposite of a state of being nervous, anxious or agitated
Noun
Opposite of a fuss or state of unrest about a given issue
Noun
Opposite of any projection or division, especially one of a somewhat rounded form
Noun
Opposite of a sudden burst of intense anger
“He was close enough to feel her gentle breathing and he smiled as a peaceful sense of calm came over him.”
Noun
Opposite of the state of being bewildered or unclear in one's mind about something
“In practical terms, newly arrived trainees should be provided with clarification of their roles, and a clear description of what is expected of them.”
Noun
Opposite of verbal or ideological disagreement
“It was difficult to reach an agreement because of the friction between the two sides.”
Verb
Opposite of to flutter or wave around
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Opposite of to be agitated or panicky (over a given issue)
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(of a bird) Opposite of to fly making rhythmic wing movements
“Once it finds the wing of the storm, the eagle will rest its own wings and use the pressure of the rampant storm to soar and glide in the clouds.”
Verb
Opposite of to wave or flutter in the wind
“She looked directly at Tim, allowing her hair to drape down to her shoulders, and smiled seductively at him.”
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Opposite of fall, move, or hang in a loose and ungainly way
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Opposite of to be moved by the wind or an air current
“The two birds would struggle against the wind to find shelter from the impending storm.”
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Opposite of to show, feel, or cause to feel, concern or worry
Verb
Opposite of to wave (something) about, especially to attract attention
“Previously, men had tarried just long enough to plant the banner of their expedition before retreating from their humbling vantage point.”
Verb
Opposite of to utter words using speech
“You must be quiet when the interviewer asks you not to say anything.”
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Opposite of to physically struggle or flail around clumsily
Verb
Opposite of to move or swing something back and forth, especially a weapon
Verb
Opposite of to swing loosely while being suspended
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