What is the opposite of neglected?

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Adjective
Opposite of not receiving proper attention
Adjective
Opposite of suffering a lack of proper care
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Opposite of worn, torn, or ragged, as if into rags
Adjective
Opposite of in a derelict or dilapidated state
Adjective
Opposite of in a very poor condition as a result of disuse and neglect
Adjective
Opposite of not given due attention
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Opposite of in a decrepit or dilapidated state
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Opposite of abandoned, or left unused or unoccupied
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Opposite of not loved
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Opposite of not done or finished
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Opposite of abandoned by a deity or god, literally or figuratively
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Opposite of which has not been lauded or appreciated
Adjective
Opposite of no longer in use
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Opposite of covered with mold
Adjective
Opposite of shabby or run-down in appearance
Adjective
Opposite of not used advantageously
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Opposite of in a state of uncertainty
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Opposite of untidy or in bad condition
“Her own guest-room was immaculate, the bedding pleasantly touched with lavender.”
Adjective
Opposite of out of practice in a skill or subject
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Opposite of displaying severe degradation and neglect
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Opposite of in a state of disrepair
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Opposite of falling or fallen into ruin
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Opposite of not answered or responded to
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Opposite of laid aside, unused, abandoned
Adjective
Opposite of empty or devoid of inhabitants
“The newly discovered settlement is in the southern part of a sparsely inhabited region known as Vilcabamba, named for a local mountain chain.”
Adjective
(of farmland) Opposite of plowed and harrowed, but left for a period without being sown
Adjective
Opposite of abandoned, or left unused or unoccupied
Adjective
Opposite of in pain or suffering due to maltreatment
“Her loving parents had ensured she was always protected and safe from harm.”
Verb
(of time or an opportunity) Opposite of to have failed to take advantage of
“He eagerly took this opportunity that would only come around once in a lifetime.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to fail to care for or pay attention to
“It was important to consider their strict dietary requirements when designing the menu.”
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