What is the opposite of harm?

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Noun
Opposite of physical, mental or emotional injury to a person
“We wished no harm and signaled to the tribe that we only brought with us peace.”
Noun
Opposite of physical damage caused to something
“Fear not! Help is on its way.”
Noun
(count noun) Opposite of something which prevents a being from experiencing happiness or good in their lives, or inflicting harm
“There is still so much good in this world that is worth fighting for.”
Noun
Opposite of an aggressive and violent physical act against a person or object
“Wearing sunglasses is the best defense against the sun's ultraviolet rays.”
Noun
Opposite of physical harm that impairs the value, usefulness, or normal function of something
“However, the Second World War and the reparation of the complete road network after the war caused a serious delay in the creation of other motorways.”
Noun
Opposite of a harmful action
Noun
Opposite of bad, unkind or abusive treatment
Noun
Opposite of loss or lack of reputation or respect
Noun
Opposite of physical pain or injury
“The medical team arrived to provide Jeff with some relief for his injuries.”
Verb
Opposite of to hurt or injure someone physically, mentally or emotionally
“Doctors have been able to cure her debilitating disease.”
Verb
(help) Opposite of to injure someone physically, mentally or emotionally
“I always try to help my friends and family whenever they need a hand.”
Verb
(protect) Opposite of to injure someone physically, mentally or emotionally
“We must protect our highly endangered species from extinction.”
Verb
(fix) Opposite of to cause damage to
“We will have to fix the structure after it was damaged by the storm.”
Verb
(doctor) Opposite of to cause damage to
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Verb
Opposite of to be detrimental to
“Some skeptics have surprisingly suggested that global warming could actually benefit society and the economy.”
Verb
Opposite of to cause physical damage to
“He fired a shot at Superman, but it would have no effect against the man of steel.”
Verb
Opposite of to destroy or disrupt by means of sabotage
“Dad would often aid my development in tennis by taking me to extra practice sessions.”
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