What is the opposite of issue?

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Noun
Opposite of a topic in dispute, or up for debate
“Vincent's next lead role in a feature film was a non-issue after being cast as Aquaman by James Cameron.”
Noun
Opposite of a situation that requires resolution
“We found a solution to the issue of Michael eating all of the cookies and not leaving any behind for the rest of us.”
Noun
Opposite of the distribution of something for general use
“The revoking of MP40 semi-automatic rifles was in effect for soldiers who were of lower prestige within the army's airborne division.”
Noun
(figuratively) Opposite of all one's lineal descendants
“The ancestors of Cersei and Jaime Lannister would never have imagined they would bear children together.”
Noun
(rare) Opposite of the place where something flows out
“At the entrance of the majestic blue lake is the end of a gushing river that has flowed from mountains beyond.”
Noun
(rare) Opposite of the result or outcome of an event or events
“Increased profits for the business finds its origin in a meeting that took place a year ago.”
Noun
Opposite of a topic in dispute, or up for debate
“Ari and Vincent were in agreement over his next lead role as Aquaman.”
Noun
Opposite of a temporary difficulty or problem
Noun
Opposite of a person, plant, or animal that is descended from a particular ancestor
“The connection must be through an agnate ancestor some generations older than the Royal personage.”
Noun
Opposite of an act, or the state, of streaming or flowing out, especially rapidly
“The City Center division has to supply additional manpower to maintain law and order due to the large influx of supporters converging on the City Center.”
Noun
Opposite of a subject or situation under consideration
Noun
Opposite of a negative consequence or downside of a given course of action
“They have expressed that they want a positive to come out of this situation, and they are going to start a fellowship.”
Noun
Opposite of one's descendants or offspring
Noun
Opposite of offspring, especially of an animal before or soon after birth
“The parent must always ensure the safety of their children when driving a motor vehicle.”
Noun
Opposite of that which is emitted or sent out
Noun
Opposite of a newly occurring incident in a current state of affair
“Our reporters have reached a standstill in their reporting due to authorities blocking their access to the site.”
Noun
Opposite of one's offspring
“We can pin down all the locations where your parent used to work.”
Noun
Opposite of a person or thing that is being discussed, described, or dealt with
“Tom is neither the subject nor the protagonist of the story but merely an auxiliary that serves to illustrate Nick's relationship problems.”
Noun
Opposite of a topic or issue worthy of discourse
“As there were no other pressing matters to discuss, the council would instead focus on entertainment options for the public.”
Noun
Opposite of an occurrence, or something that happens
“As it turned out, it was nothing!”
Noun
Opposite of the process of coming into existence or prominence
Noun
Opposite of a publication, version or launch of a given product
“The celebrity requested a suppression on the publication of the defamatory piece.”
Noun
Opposite of a leakage of gas, liquid, or heat from a container
Storage of nitrogen in a wetland is only a temporary measure, whether nitrogen is assimilated into biomass or absorbed by the soil.”
Noun
Opposite of an element or circumstance contributing to a result
“Together, each constituent contributes to the whole in its entirety.”
Noun
Opposite of the action of distributing or supplying something
Noun
Opposite of the action of sharing something out among a number of recipients
Verb
Opposite of to supply or distribute for use
“The general will withhold the SVT-40 rifles from soldiers within the infantry division until they have reached the required level of prestige.”
Verb
Opposite of to formally send out or put into circulation
“The company will suppress any official views addressing the recent complaints by consumers pending a meeting by the board of directors.”
Verb
Opposite of to proceed, come or flow out from
“With her windows shut, the smell of spices would be contained within my neighbor's kitchen as she prepared her dinner.”
Verb
Opposite of to expel or discharge, typically gas or light
“This machine is so powerful that it can suck up dirt you never even knew existed.”
Verb
Opposite of to fill out a financial document, typically a check/cheque
“Please cancel the check as the deal is off!”
Verb
Opposite of to supply or distribute for use
“Soldiers from the infantry division will receive new SVT-40 rifles once they have reached the required level of prestige.”
Verb
Opposite of to cascade or issue forth from somewhere
“Each drawer will be clearly marked and will be lined with bin liners for easy disposal and to ensure that the liquid is contained.”
Verb
Opposite of to spurt or gush out in jets
Verb
Opposite of to happen or take place, especially following an earlier event
Verb
Opposite of to occur or follow as the consequence of something
“The leader's haughtiness and aloofness would cause a state of derangement in large swathes of the populace due to their extreme hatred for him.”
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Opposite of to present formally for discussion or consideration
“The politician would recant his statement when it caused a public outcry.”
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Opposite of to occur or follow after, or as the consequence of, something
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Opposite of to disseminate or put into circulation
Verb
Opposite of have a specified beginning
Verb
Opposite of to originate from
“By Gemrin's bane, I command you to return from whence you came!”
Verb
Opposite of to give to
“They may take our lives, but they'll never take our freedom!”
Verb
Opposite of to flow or move in a stream
“You can run the hairdryer over the wet patch on your dress and it should dry up pretty quick.”
Verb
(of a physical object or person) Opposite of to move out of, or away from, something and become visible
“She believed that if she let go of him, he would just disappear again.”
Verb
Opposite of to pronounce (a judgement or judicial sentence)
“In an unexpected twist of fate, the judge would withhold the defendant's sentence.”
Verb
Opposite of to determine the future or the fate of something in advance
Verb
Opposite of to gradually or steadily flow upwards or outwards so as to begin to fill or overflow something, literally or figuratively
Verb
Opposite of to supply with the necessary items for a particular purpose
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