What is the opposite of holden?

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Opposite of past participle for to physically grip or grasp something
“The coach could not understand why Dano was so hesitant to release the ball during tackles.”
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Opposite of past participle for to be in possession of
“You appear to lack the funds required to complete this purchase.”
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Opposite of past participle for to have as a belief or opinion
“He and his employers refute accusations that his style of investigation constitutes entrapment.”
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Opposite of past participle for to allow or have room for
“The local townsfolk would crowd into town for their annual Oktoberfest celebrations.”
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(of a meeting, function, etc.) Opposite of past participle for to conduct or organize
“The director decided to cancel the conference due to a potentially low turnout.”
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Opposite of past participle for to keep going
“Lingering showers will eventually end across the Central and Eastern coastal areas.”
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Opposite of past participle for to keep from exceeding an acceptable degree or level
“The gas would cause me to release a loud belch.”
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Opposite of past participle for to embrace by holding closely
“He managed to push away his assailant before escaping.”
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Opposite of past participle for to keep in one's mind
“You need to forget her if you want to move forward with your life.”
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Opposite of past participle for to keep under custody
“Jack Walsh would release Jonathan Mardukas after a midnight run to Los Angeles.”
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Opposite of past participle for to maintain the focus or attention of others
“You will lose your audience if your speech is boring.”
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Opposite of past participle for to have as one's role or occupation
“After several years of leading the club, Luke would relinquish his role as captain.”
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Opposite of past participle for to point or direct (an object)
“It is best to dismiss a moving target as they are more difficult to hit.”
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Opposite of past participle for to be, or to remain, valid or available
“Once you leave the premises, it will invalidate your ticket and you will not be able to re-enter the compound.”
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(of a phone conversation) Opposite of past participle for to stay on the line
“I will hang up the call if she continues to be belligerent and unreasonable on the phone.”
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