What is the opposite of peak?

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Noun
Opposite of the point of highest activity, quality, or achievement
“Due to several injuries, he eventually found himself at the nadir of his professional tennis career.”
Noun
Opposite of the pointed top of a mountain
“Jagged rocks surrounded the bottom of the mountain.”
Noun
Opposite of a mountain with a pointed top
“The road wound along the south edge of the river in the great valley of the Red.”
Noun
Opposite of the climax, usually dramatic, of a gradual increase
“Internet hoaxers produced a four-day long buildup to the biggest software-based anticlimax ever.”
Noun
Opposite of a period of success, popularity, or power
“Tom spoke of his spiral into drug addiction and his loss of passion for the sport at the low point of his professional golfing career.”
Noun
Opposite of the most active or successful period of a person's life or career
“The novel described the period of his decline, during which his dominance over the competition had waned.”
Noun
Opposite of a period of success, popularity, or power
“Only by experiencing the depth of despair, could the poet liberate himself from anxiety in order to embrace hope, faith, and openness to the world.”
Noun
Opposite of the furthest extent of something or someone's capability or capacity
“The owners of the campsite warn us to keep noise to a minimum, and that under no circumstances, loud music is playing.”
Noun
Opposite of a significant moment
“I believe it has amounted to a lot of hype over nothing.”
Noun
Opposite of the tip or furthermost part of something
“Given a circle, the apothem is the perpendicular distance from the midpoint of a chord to the circle's center.”
Noun
Opposite of one's life at a younger age, usually referring to the prime of one's life
“Now, in my old age, I would rather play video games than sports due to my aging body.”
Verb
Opposite of to reach the highest point or level
“The price of gold is expected to plunge at some stage.”
Verb
Opposite of to come to a decisive point
Verb
Opposite of to develop or thrive in a promising or healthy way
“You climb so far, get into New York and Washington and Los Angeles, and then you regress to the days of living hand to mouth.”
Adjective
Opposite of at the highest level
“All beginners and children as young as four will start at the base level.”
Adjective
Opposite of suitable in the most precise manner
“Restrictions on trade provide, at best, a suboptimal approach to wildlife conservation.”
Adjective
Opposite of superseding others in importance or status
“His punches were weak and slow, and I can claim with confidence that he was the worst boxer that I had ever seen.”
Adjective
Opposite of the best of its kind or class
“He was in the best position to see what was on the wharf and shore, but was also in an inferior position to try to pass himself off as a Korean sailor.”
Adjective
Opposite of reaching a decisive moment or point of greatest tension
Adjective
Opposite of superior in quality or value
“One night we decided to invite a couple of close friends over, for an evening of very cheap wine, and a laze in the spa.”
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