What is the opposite of flying?

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Adjective
Opposite of moving or able to move through the air
Adjective
Opposite of done in haste or hurriedly
Adjective
Opposite of heavily under the influence of alcohol
Adjective
Opposite of moving or proceeding with significant speed
Adjective
(informal) Opposite of under the influence of alcohol
“We need you to be sober tonight to drive us home.”
Adjective
Opposite of passing or disappearing with time
Adjective
Opposite of providing perfect happiness or great joy
Adjective
Opposite of lasting or taking a small amount of time
“After years of professional service, Sarah decided to take an extended sabbatical to travel the world.”
Adjective
Opposite of in a state of elation
Adjective
Opposite of acting or done without proper thought or consideration
Noun
Opposite of the action or fact of abandoning or fleeing from a place or group
Verb
Opposite of present participle for to move or glide through the air
“She told me to walk this way and talk this way.”
Verb
Opposite of present participle for to be transported in an aircraft
“I called my mom and told her to drive me to the hospital, because I had injured myself in the shower.”
Verb
Opposite of present participle for to move through the air in an aircraft
“I recommend you drive on the road that leads to El Salto, which is the most insane and beautiful road I've driven on.”
Verb
(informal) Opposite of present participle for to move or depart hastily
“Do you mind if we stay here a little longer?”
Verb
(archaic) Opposite of present participle for to flee or run away (from)
“I believe they will come to me for I always had something for them.”
Verb
(archaic) Opposite of present participle for to escape from or leave (a given location or place) in haste
“In the event of a raid, the public is strongly advised to remain at home.”
Verb
(of time, usually "fly by") Opposite of present participle for to pass swiftly
“It's amazing how time seems to slow when I have reduced distractions to a minimum.”
Verb
(with reference to a flag) Opposite of present participle for to display or be displayed on a flagpole
“The District Magistrate then called the Deputy Superintendent of Police and ordered him to forcibly pull down the flag.”
Verb
Opposite of present participle for to vanish or disappear, especially gradually
“Soon the heavens will open and the rain will come.”
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