What is the opposite of mass?

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Noun
Opposite of an accumulation or pile of things
“She walked into her son's room and saw a handful of dirty clothes strewn across the floor.”
Noun
Opposite of a large amount or quantity of something
“The fellow was truly smitten since he risked his job to give Carolyn a smidgen of moon dust in token of his adoration.”
Noun
Opposite of the majority of
“The disruptive behavior of a minority of pupils can wreak havoc in the classrooms and corridors.”
Noun
(the masses) Opposite of the community or common people in general
“Scott's casual attitude to debt was certainly closer to that of the aristocracy than the middle class.”
Noun
Opposite of the size of an object or body
“Although I can imagine it is hard to live life blighted by such small stature, it is his littleness that has actually got him where he is today.”
Noun
Opposite of a large body or lump of matter with no definite shape
“Two days later, the lesions healed, and he was left with a small depression in his skin.”
Noun
Opposite of a person or object's figure or form in general
“I only met your father a few times, but he had a beautiful soul.”
Noun
Opposite of a group of people assembled together in a disorganized manner
“It can only be described as an utter failure that only one individual turned up to the show.”
Noun
(typically of people) Opposite of describing a big collective group
“An entity was spotted in the distant hills through a blurry telescope located at the peak of the mountain.”
Noun
Opposite of a quantity or group of accumulated items
Noun
Opposite of a large, shapeless mass of something, especially soft food
Noun
Opposite of a large number of people or things
Noun
Opposite of a great amount
“The lack of resources would further delay the completion of our renovations.”
Noun
Opposite of a large, densely packed crowd of people or animals
Noun
Opposite of the greater number or part from a given group or collection
“He slammed the minority of supporters who jeered him.”
Noun
Opposite of a group of accumulated items of a particular kind
Noun
Opposite of the central or greater part of something
“On the surface, the device looks as pretty as a picture, but testing shows that it fails in numerous critical areas.”
Noun
Opposite of a physical area or expanse, usually large
“I sobbed loudly, not caring who I woke up, speaking into the dark emptiness of my room.”
Noun
Opposite of general public
Noun
Opposite of the heaviness of an object, substance, or person
“For a sizable object, I was surprised at the lightness of it.”
Noun
Opposite of a large number of people or things doing or undergoing the same thing
Noun
Opposite of the central or greater part of something
“I concede that only a minority of young people behave worse than they did in my own youth.”
Adjective
Opposite of involving or affecting large numbers of people or things
“A lone figure stood at the edge of the bracken, slender and tall, clothed in rough wool layers.”
Adjective
(of political activity) Opposite of participated in by a large part of the public rather than driven by politicians or political parties
“The anti-monarchy lobby insists that the monarch is a burden on the taxpayer and undemocratic.”
Adjective
Opposite of extensive or indiscriminate
Adjective
Opposite of held by, or applicable to, a majority of the people in an area or country
“It may be an unpopular opinion, but I think that summer is by far the worst season of the four.”
Adjective
Opposite of of, affecting, or including all or most of the members of a group, domain or area
“Bear in mind that the cooker has a limited purpose, and is not suitable for grilling or frying.”
Verb
Opposite of to assemble or cause to assemble into a single body or mass
“Rain or wind would eventually disperse the fog and airports and transport systems would once again operate as usual.”
Verb
Opposite of to bring a group together (for a common cause)
“Both leaders agreed to demobilize their armies and sign the peace treaty.”
Verb
Opposite of to gather or meet in a common location
“I had to wait for the huge crowd to disperse before I could get to my car.”
Verb
Opposite of to fill (a vehicle, ship, container, etc.) with a large amount of something
“He called over two more soldiers, who helped to unload the contents of the van.”
Verb
Opposite of to bring together or amass as a single group or collection
“Another way to separate the egg yolk from the white is to use a clean, empty plastic water bottle.”
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