What is the opposite of mean?

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Verb
Opposite of to signify or convey an object or idea
“The refrigerator is still full of food, which will contradict any presumption that I have to go shopping for groceries again.”
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Opposite of to have intentions for a given outcome
“It would chance that Cersei and Jaime would have children, though it may not necessarily have been their intention to do so.”
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(usually used in past participle form) Opposite of to design or destine for a particular purpose
“I could only dream that I would achieve greatness one day, even if it was never meant to be.”
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Opposite of to have as a consequence or result
“The expected lull in the economy will negate the prospect of prosperity for most people.”
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Opposite of to be important (to)
“It would be of no consequence to me if you chose not to be my bridesmaid at my wedding.”
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Opposite of to have in mind as a purpose or goal
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Opposite of be an indication of
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Opposite of mean or have as a result
Adjective
Opposite of having an unkind or spiteful character or nature
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“Clay was always nice to Hannah unlike the other kids at school who were mean to her.”
Adjective
(especially of a place) Opposite of poor in quality and appearance
“The rich couple could afford a luxurious apartment on the swanky side of town.”
Adjective
Opposite of inferior in mental capacity
“He was a man of superior understanding, great knowledge, and measured temperament.”
Adjective
Opposite of of low birth or social class
“Robert Baratheon was outwardly a man of noble birth, yet commanded little respect from all before him.”
Adjective
Opposite of very skillful or effective
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“Try as he might, Marshall remained an unskilled wordsmith, fumbling at every stanza while he mumbled incoherently about dropping a coffee pot.”
Adjective
Opposite of contemptible in nature
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“Offering to make the hungry homeless man a peanut butter sandwich was a really admirable thing to do.”
Adjective
(chiefly Britain) Opposite of unwilling to give or share, especially with money
“The waiters would always have nice things to say about generous customers who were unselfish with tips.”
Adjective
(of a quantity) Opposite of calculated as a mean or average
Adjective
(dated, rare) Opposite of sparing in the expenditure of money
“Call me reckless, prodigal even, but I've been spending up big on electricity.”
Adjective
Opposite of having narrow selfish attitudes
Adjective
Opposite of causing pain or hurt feelings
“Courtney is a kind person who has performed many wonderful deeds for the elderly.”
Adjective
Opposite of exceptionally good
Adjective
Opposite of scruffy or shabby
Adjective
Opposite of midway between extremes of size, amount, or degree
Adjective
Opposite of submissive or slavish
Noun
Opposite of a state equally removed from two opposite extremes
“If you want to fit into that small dress in time for the wedding, you will have to be on the extremity of being in a calorie deficit.”
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