What is the opposite of had?

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Verb
Opposite of to have attained or achieved
“I surrendered my search for love and did not feel a shred of regret.”
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Opposite of to be cunningly tricked into doing something, usually in an incriminating way
“The detective single-handedly aided me in my search for my missing son, and for that, I am eternally grateful.”
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Opposite of to have been living a particular way of life
“I shunned the hectic life which is why I moved to the country.”
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Opposite of to have permitted (someone) to have or do something
“I prevented myself from doing something I would regret.”
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Opposite of past tense for to be made up of
“Your backpack will not have a dedicated compartment for storing your camera.”
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Opposite of past tense for to have as a feature
“This old bathroom will need a new bathtub to be installed when we renovate it.”
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(of food or drink) Opposite of past tense for to consume
“We will abstain from meat during our dinner tonight.”
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Opposite of past tense for to receive or acquire
“I will send the items I sold on eBay soon.”
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Opposite of past tense for to host or entertain someone
“Please be on your best behavior this evening when we visit our neighbors as guests to their party.”
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Opposite of past tense for to go through something
“The farmers would avoid a tough season this year due to the favorable weather conditions.”
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Opposite of past tense for to hold or display a specified thought or emotion
“If you do not encourage the young boy, he will lose confidence in his ability.”
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(often used in the negative) Opposite of past tense for to approve of
“I will disallow you speaking to me with that tone of voice!”
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Opposite of past tense for to accept or agree to receive
“She liked him immensely and so could not refuse him as her date to the school's prom.”
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(often used in the negative) Opposite of past tense for to believe or be taken in by
“I can make up any excuse for being late, and my wife will not disbelieve any of it.”
Verb
(rare, usually used in simple past form "had") Opposite of past tense for to trick or deceive
“You should undeceive your mom by telling her what we were really up to last night.”
Adjective
Opposite of possessed
Adjective
Opposite of led astray
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