What is the opposite of floor?

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Noun
Opposite of a solid surface on land
“Oh, what a feeling, when we're dancing on the ceiling.”
Noun
Opposite of the lower part or point of something
“It was a good thing I decided to run around the narrow edge on the top of the building, as the lower levels were full of the King's Guards.”
Noun
Opposite of that which serves as a foundation for something else, literally or figuratively
“Graphics are merely a means to an end, a way for the developer to immerse the gamer into the gameplay.”
Noun
Opposite of a point, especially the lowest point, far below the surface
“I play the ball toward the front of my stance, under my left eye, with the ball at the apex of the curve.”
Noun
Opposite of the surface of the world as distinct from the sky or the sea
“There was not a rift in the precision of the dark circle about us where one could crawl out between the sky and the sea.”
Verb
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.”
Verb
Opposite of to confuse or confound with something surprising or shocking
“Perhaps someone out there could enlighten me with regard to the following situation that my 17-year-old son finds himself in.”
Verb
Opposite of to cause an unpleasant shock or surprise to
“News of the Prince's return and good health would relieve the King and the Royal Family.”
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Opposite of to overcome with emotion or stress
“With thirty seconds to go, and the game all but won, I could finally relax.”
Verb
Opposite of to astonish, astound, surprise or perplex
Verb
Opposite of to hit or strike, especially on the head
Verb
Opposite of to knock down (a person)
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Opposite of to strike (someone) so as to make them fall down
Verb
Opposite of to cover something with paving slabs
Verb
Opposite of to cause amazement
“Do not worry if you do not create legions of young meditators, but do worry if you bore them.”
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Opposite of to hit (someone) hard
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Opposite of to strike, especially with force
“Jobe was terrible at shooting games because he would completely miss most of his targets.”
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Opposite of to overwhelm the composure of
“The constant criticisms would actually strengthen his resolve to succeed.”
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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.”
Verb
Opposite of to comprehensively defeat
“Nigel started strongly, but he would eventually lose to his bigger and stronger opponent.”
Verb
Opposite of to surprise (someone) with something unexpected
“I am sorry that I do not know what the final outcome was in that case, but it would not surprise me one bit if the injustice were allowed to continue.”
Verb
Opposite of to violently subdue (opposition or a rebellion)
“Fearful that the right planned to establish a fascist state, socialists rose up in the mining districts of Asturias only to be defeated by the army under the supervision of General Franco.”
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Opposite of to charm or beguile
“Those earphones stuffed into your head will repel men from saying a single word to you.”
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Opposite of to be impossible to understand
“Everything would make sense once it was explained to us.”
Verb
Opposite of to grab (someone), usually aggressively, to stop them or bring them to ground
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