What is the opposite of head?

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Noun
(foot) Opposite of the upper part of the human or animal body, separated by a neck
“Will Henderson, who had on a light overcoat and no overshoes, kicked the heel of his left foot with the toe of the right.”
Noun
(buttock) Opposite of the upper part of the human or animal body, separated by a neck
“The infection resulted in swelling and redness in his buttock, which spread rapidly.”
Noun
(tail) Opposite of the upper part of the human or animal body, separated by a neck
“Most people admire a dog that works with its head low to the ground, with its hindquarters high and its tail tucked between its hind legs.”
Noun
Opposite of the person commanding most authority within a group or an organization
“An alumna and former employee of the university, she earned her doctorate at Nova Southeastern University.”
Noun
Opposite of the top or highest point of an object, structure, or land mass
“There is a place for your signature at the bottom of the form.”
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Opposite of the front, forward, or upper part or end of something
“A third truck also moved across and, as it did so, plowed into the back of the car, shunting it into the trucks in front.”
Noun
Opposite of an aptitude for a skill or ability
“Many students seemed bothered by the unfamiliarity of the names and their inability to pronounce them.”
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Opposite of the source of a river or stream
“The besieged soldiers, using shaving mirrors, heliographed messages to their comrades based at Fort Pearson near the mouth of the river.”
Noun
Opposite of someone with a strong affinity for something
“Sadly, I now have more sympathy for the average embattled professional than his or her critic.”
Noun
Opposite of text, or other visual information, used to mark off a quantity of text
“Make a link to your email address in your header or footer, somewhere that will show up on every page.”
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Opposite of a person who has the support of his peers to lead or direct
“Jack's follower had become non-compliant in the days leading up to his traitorous act.”
Noun
Opposite of a large sapient, bipedal primate
Noun
Opposite of an enthusiast or devotee of a particular thing
Noun
Opposite of a person who is fanatical about a particular activity or interest
Noun
Opposite of a person who is in charge of a worker or organization
“He wrote a memo to his subordinate ordering a full and immediate investigation.”
Noun
(general or benevolent) Opposite of a person of high rank, status, power, or influence
“I would make a terrible Queen with my questionable ability to adhere to strict royal protocols!”
Noun
Opposite of a highly intelligent person
Noun
Opposite of a class or division of people or things regarded as having particular shared characteristics
Noun
Opposite of the top or highest point of an object, structure or land mass
“Pickering stood at the base of the structure, rubbing his aching shoulders as he gazed up at Finlay.”
Noun
Opposite of the state of having a normal healthy mind
Noun
Opposite of the climax, usually dramatic, of a gradual increase
“Internet hoaxers produced a four-day long buildup to the biggest software-based anticlimax ever.”
Noun
Opposite of a crucial or decisive point or situation
“God would bring mine and Ron's life to a place of certainty, a place free of drugs and insanity.”
Noun
Opposite of a male leader of a family, tribe or ethnic group
Noun
Opposite of a person who is addicted to a particular substance, typically an illegal drug
Noun
Opposite of a critical state of affairs requiring urgent action
Noun
Opposite of an unkempt or thick mass of hair
“When Indigo compensated for the lack of hair on her head, she did so by accentuating what she understood as feminine.”
Verb
(serve) Opposite of to take, or be in, charge of
“As with the Italian condottiere, they were willing to serve any master with whom their chief could make satisfactory arrangements.”
Verb
(abandon) Opposite of to take, or be in, charge of
“But illness and dissatisfaction with how many visitors came to the area forced her to abandon the position after five years.”
Verb
(support) Opposite of to take, or be in, charge of
“During the Carolingian reign, nobles were granted booty as reward and incentive to support the current king.”
Verb
Opposite of to move in a specified direction
“Fears that young members of the community are being forced to retreat from the town have prompted civic leaders to investigate the issue.”
Verb
Opposite of to extend or be positioned in a given course or direction
“With finite sample sizes, the curves deviate from this straight line and the deviation increases as the sample size decreases.”
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Opposite of to be in the leading position
“Some supporters keep pace, and others trail behind walking, there to observe Booker in the flesh more than for the cardio.”
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Opposite of to be superior against one's peers
“The other swimmers could not keep up with Phelps and would fall behind quickly.”
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Opposite of to be in charge or command of
“Several specialists would serve in a team led by Danny Ocean who wanted to pull off one of the greatest heists of all time.”
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Opposite of to direct, handle, control, or be in charge of
“I am not going to stand by silently while you mismanage these sacred funds the way you have chosen to do in recent months.”
Verb
(of a meeting or seminar) Opposite of to manage or preside over
“To follow your petty call to arms over trivial matters would be a massive waste of resources.”
Verb
Opposite of to travel, usually with some measurable distance
“Before the warrior set off on his adventure, the old man told him to stay awhile and listen.”
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Opposite of to manage
“Many agents sell a bunch of houses, then spend all their time servicing those houses and neglect their business.”
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Opposite of to direct, handle, control, or be in charge of
Verb
Opposite of to be at the top of
“It looks like the club will bottom out, but the silver lining is that they will get the top draft pick.”
Adjective
Opposite of being of principal rank, status or importance
“If the supervisor finds a conflict of interest, the supervisor must relieve the subordinate employee of duty and responsibility.”
Adjective
Opposite of superseding others in importance or status
“In a result that shocked everyone, the third-seeded player was knocked out by the lowest seed in the competition.”
Adjective
Opposite of chief in size or importance
“The point that you are trying to get across is of trivial importance and frankly, not worth our time.”
Adjective
Opposite of superseding others in importance or status
“His punches were weak and slow, and I can claim with confidence that he was the worst boxer that I had ever seen.”
Adjective
Opposite of positioned at or near the front
“We asked how to get to the rear entrance, and he indicated a path leading around the right side of the building.”
Adjective
Opposite of the most important in terms of rank or status
“She has years of experience as an assistant manager and is very eager to take the next step.”
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