What is the opposite of number?

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Noun
Opposite of an arithmetical value, typically representing a particular quantity
Noun
Opposite of a quantity or amount
Noun
Opposite of a young person, typically presumptuous and considered to be insignificant
Noun
Opposite of a song, melody, or short musical composition
Noun
Opposite of a large amount (of something)
“While the onions, ginger, and green chilies add a bit of spice to the bread, the tomatoes, tomato ketchup, and lemon juice impart an energizing tanginess.”
Noun
Opposite of a portion allotted to someone, something, or a group
Noun
Opposite of a collection of things, typically considered as a unit
Noun
Opposite of a set performance
Noun
Opposite of a work or piece of art
Noun
Opposite of a set sequence in a performance
“They produced spontaneity and randomness in a performance that must have required hours upon hours of study and rehearsal.”
Noun
Opposite of a mischievous practical joke
Noun
Opposite of an integer
Noun
Opposite of an exciting or noteworthy event, action or achievement
“He often spoke of his failure as an important learning experience from which he later benefited.”
Noun
Opposite of the number of people attending or taking part in an event
Noun
(music) Opposite of a popular song released and sold (on any format)
“In my humble opinion, the Beatles' Revolver was the best album of my time.”
Noun
Opposite of the fact or state of being frequent or happening often
Noun
Opposite of a brief extra performance, done after the main performance is complete
Noun
Opposite of a creative or artistic work or production
“The controversial artist produced an abomination of pure mediocrity with his latest painting.”
Verb
Opposite of to count
Verb
Opposite of to include or classify as a member of a group
Verb
Opposite of to establish by calculation
Verb
Opposite of to find the sum of (a collection of things)
“If it is a number between 1 and 10, I am going to guess 5.”
Verb
Opposite of to amount in number to
Verb
Opposite of to determine the total or amount of (something)
“He was standing broadside at what I would estimate to be the second-closest shot I have ever made in the field.”
Verb
Opposite of to assign to a particular class or category
Verb
Opposite of to judge and form an opinion of the value of
“It is important to know the value of stamps before buying them.”
Verb
(amount to) Opposite of to add up to
Adjective
Opposite of comparative for desensitized or numb to any feeling, sensation or emotion
“Most kids stop grinding when they lose their baby teeth because permanent teeth are much more sensitive to pain.”
Adjective
(fervider) Opposite of comparative for cold and not feeling or showing any emotion
“I'm not a very demonstrative person, having always been taught that emotion leads to weakness, so I was more than a little embarrassed.”
Adjective
(more expressive) Opposite of comparative for cold and not feeling or showing any emotion
“Underneath all the special effects makeup, Carrey's notoriously expressive face really shone through.”
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