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What is the opposite of flounder?

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Opposite of to physically struggle or flail around clumsily
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Opposite of to move ploddingly or with heavy steps
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Opposite of to face difficulties in a given task or environment
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Opposite of to move or jolt around unsteadily or abruptly
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Opposite of to walk or move unsteadily, as if about to fall
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Opposite of to move clumsily while regularly losing one's balance
“He got up, splashing the water on his neck to cool himself down, and continued to walk steadily along the banks of the little river.”
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Opposite of to move heavily, scaping one's feet in the process
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Opposite of to fail to fulfill the hopes or expectations of
“Our menu will satisfy any hunger with options from hamburgers, pasta, seafood, steaks, and more.”
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Opposite of to worsen or degenerate
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Opposite of to fail to fulfil one's potential
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Opposite of to pause in indecision before doing something
“Foreign aid can also have a role, but only to expedite this growth once it starts.”
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Opposite of to stop operating
“The operation of the equipment should still continue despite some strange but common mechanical noises.”
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Opposite of to fail suddenly and completely
“Upon those points, I do not entertain the most remote doubt that the plan would succeed in due time.”
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Opposite of to completely bungle (an opportunity)
“Well aware that he'd never again have the chance to commit himself wholly to the undertaking of such a mammoth project, Larry was determined to maximize his opportunity.”
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