What is the opposite of nick?

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Noun
Opposite of a small cut or notch
Noun
Opposite of a nick made on something in order to keep a score or record
Noun
Opposite of a particular state, period, or condition in life
Noun
Opposite of a building in which people are legally held as a punishment for a crime they have committed or while awaiting trial
Noun
Opposite of a small area on a surface having a different color from its surroundings, typically one caused by damage or dirt
Noun
Opposite of the state of a sports player or team with regard to their current standard of play
“In just his first game since his knee injury, his rustiness was visible from the first bowl.”
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Opposite of a dent or hollow in a surface
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Opposite of a notch or line cut or scratched into a surface
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Opposite of the condition of being physically fit and healthy
Noun
Opposite of the action of seizing someone and taking them into custody
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Opposite of the overall state or condition of something
“It took me two hours to put everything in order, and two minutes for my son to make it a complete mess.”
Noun
Opposite of a physical injury
“A book on eating yourself toward healthiness and away from heart disease sits brightly between two much thicker books on cocktail recipes and party snacks.”
Verb
Opposite of to copy or plagiarize without giving credit or acknowledgment
“He would conceptualize an idea, put it together with hundreds of obscure facts in his mind, and then examine it mathematically.”
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Opposite of to arrest or apprehend (someone)
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Opposite of to form a deep recess or notch in a line or surface
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Opposite of to make cuts, incisions or notches in
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Opposite of to take into lawful or authorized custody
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Opposite of to steal
“The council would decide that the best way to move forward would be to give the land to the natives.”
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Opposite of to make an opening, incision, or wound in (something) with a sharp-edged tool or object
“He called an aide to hold my arm and then proceeded to stitch my finger without any anesthesia.”
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Opposite of to steal (something)
“Jerry, in good conscience, would not keep the ring that he had stolen and decided to return it.”
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Opposite of to take for one's own benefit, typically without permission
“This document has been designed to bestow some dignity to those who toil thanklessly in the vineyards of art.”
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Opposite of to cut with small quick strokes with scissors or shears
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Opposite of to pierce with a small and sharp point
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Opposite of to take possession of illegally or without authorization
“Though his parents offered to contribute some money, Newton wanted to earn his car through hard work.”
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Opposite of to capture someone or something
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Opposite of to make a hollow or indentation in the surface of
“The following day, trucks were put to use hauling clay to fill the hole caused by the first cave-ins.”
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Opposite of to cause damage to
“We will have to fix the structure after it was damaged by the storm.”
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