What is the opposite of over?

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Adjective
(also used in adverb or preposition form) Opposite of finished or having been brought to an end
“Good health and peace of mind are crucial to my ongoing happiness.”
Adjective
(also used in adverb or preposition form) Opposite of finished or having been brought to an end
“The meeting is as yet incomplete, and there are a few further issues we need to discuss.”
Adjective
Opposite of denotes a termination of something or an action
“He noted to the King, that this was only the initial part of the war.”
Adjective
Opposite of gone by in time and no longer existing
“The plan to extend the motorway is set for a later date.”
Adjective
Opposite of no longer happening or existing
“Innovation is still alive and well and is the foundation for American ingenuity.”
Adjective
Opposite of finished or having been brought to an end
“It is advisable to prepare a draft acceptable to both parties at the earliest possible while the business negotiations are ongoing.”
Adjective
Opposite of excessively abundant
Adjective
Opposite of without hope or prospect of survival or redemption
Adjective
Opposite of finished or gone by in time
Adverb
Opposite of at, on, in or to a higher place
“My son found it particularly funny to repeatedly crawl beneath my legs while I was watching the television.”
Adverb
Opposite of again, once more
“She begged and pleaded that she was a changed person, and assured me that she would do me wrong nevermore.”
Adverb
Opposite of from start to finish
“To be perfectly honest, I think he has only looked at the document cursorily.”
Adverb
Opposite of towards a (lower) place or position
“Stand the cabinet in an upward position, so that we have more space.”
Adverb
Opposite of to the greatest degree
“There is only slightly more rain in this region during autumn compared to spring.”
Adverb
Opposite of to an excessive degree
Adverb
Opposite of from start to finish
“His long-winded speech just seemed to go on endlessly.”
Adverb
Opposite of to a very large or great degree
“It was somewhat deflating to discover that block of margarine masquerading as butter.”
Adverb
Opposite of in front of or from one side to the other of
“He would follow behind, hoping to get a lead on their involvement in the crime.”
Adverb
Opposite of at an elevated position
“Arthur Morgan crouched low so as not to startle the deer.”
Adverb
Opposite of at a distance away
“Some distance ahead, the hall bent to the left, and from those hidden precincts glowed a nimbus of yellowish luminescence.”
Adverb
Opposite of from one side or position to another
“Just wait here until the light turns green.”
Adverb
Opposite of on account of
“I succeeded in spite of every challenge before me.”
Preposition
Opposite of greater than, or in excess of
“The family package will be under a hundred dollars if you buy it online.”
Preposition
Opposite of extending directly upwards from
“The people directly below me need to move so that I can get down.”
Preposition
Opposite of higher in rank than
“Whilst the people under him made some big mistakes, ultimately, as the project manager, he will have to fall on his sword.”
Preposition
(mathematics) Opposite of divided by
“Can you pass me that four by four Lego brick, please?”
Preposition
Opposite of to, toward or from the far side of (something that lies between two points of interest)
“We walked quietly beside the ocean's blue expanse.”
Preposition
Opposite of at or to the further side of
“The Southern people lived largely within the confines of the plantation households.”
Preposition
Opposite of no longer capable of
“Come back! I'm not done disciplining you!”
Preposition
Opposite of for all of, or at any time within, a given time interval
“The twist did not catch on as a dance move prior to the late fifties.”
Preposition
Opposite of on the other side of
“The prison is on this road, but the town itself isn't.”
Preposition
Opposite of expressing a period of time during which an event happens or a situation remains the case
Outside this year, we made significant profits.”
Noun
Opposite of a surplus amount
“The sneaky chap gave me a deficit in change, and I intend to do something about it.”
Verb
Opposite of to jump, leap or spring over something
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