What is the opposite of pitch?

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Noun
Opposite of the steepness of a slope, especially of a roof
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Opposite of a gradient or slope
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Opposite of a sloping position or movement
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Opposite of a plan or suggestion, especially a formal or written one, put forward for consideration by others
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Opposite of a modulation of the voice expressing a particular feeling or mood
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Opposite of an act of throwing something
“Worsley moved across, made a brilliant catch, and sent the ball high into the air with a one-handed jerk behind his back.”
Noun
Opposite of having, showing, or characterized by force or violent energy
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Opposite of the tone used during the act of physically putting something into audible words or sounds
Noun
Opposite of an upward slope or hill
“We proceeded with caution as we navigated the steep decline down the side of the hill.”
Noun
Opposite of an act or instance of throwing something
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Opposite of timbre
Noun
Opposite of the top or highest point of an object, structure or land mass
“Pickering stood at the base of the structure, rubbing his aching shoulders as he gazed up at Finlay.”
Noun
Opposite of the distance from the top or surface to the bottom of something
“They gave Brian a complicated girth formula whereby he had to double the length by the smaller height after he triangulated the hypotenuse on the third side.”
Noun
Opposite of the publicizing of a product, organization, or venture so as to increase sales or public awareness
“People have lost their jobs over derogatory remarks made in blogs, but can you be sued for libel or defamation?”
Noun
Opposite of a downward or declining slope or surface
“The bicyclist braced himself for a hard slog upon encountering an unexpectedly steep incline.”
Verb
Opposite of to throw roughly or casually
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Opposite of to raise or fix in (an upright) position
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Opposite of to move or jolt around unsteadily or abruptly
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Opposite of to throw or launch something in a given direction with force
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Opposite of to throw or launch something in a given direction
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Opposite of to move or cause to move into a sloping position
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Opposite of to fall down, especially after losing one's balance
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Opposite of to throw away (something unwanted or useless)
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Opposite of to throw or hurl something
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Opposite of to present formally for discussion or consideration
“The politician would recant his statement when it caused a public outcry.”
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Opposite of to throw away (something unwanted or useless)
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Opposite of to advertise or create publicity for
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(a product, organization, or venture) Opposite of to market, or give publicity in an attempt to sell or create public awareness
“The actor used his time on the show to criticize the other movies instead of promoting his own.”
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Opposite of to promote the use, sale, or acceptance of
“The supermarket has decided to pull some of its products from the shelves.”
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Opposite of to fall suddenly, and usually uncontrollably
“Sheroth and his dragon brethren ascend to the skies to engage their enemies.”
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Opposite of to send through the air, especially with force
“Many fielders prefer to catch a ball while they are running and so regulate their speed as to be still on the move when they meet the ball.”
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Opposite of to be or cause to be at an angle
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Opposite of to move or fall (at an angle) to a lower level, pitch, etc.
“They marked the border of the highlands and as if to underline this, the road began gradually to incline upwards.”
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Opposite of to demonstrate through discourse or discussion
“Those who seek to debunk us will distort the truth, even more effectively than Dana Scully has tried to hide it.”
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(of a blow, ball, or attack) Opposite of to launch or aim (something) towards a given target
“Carlos fell on the first round, then continued to receive blows from his opponent afterward.”
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Opposite of to advertise or create publicity for
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(usually sports) Opposite of to hit, kick or throw something (usually a ball) extremely high
“The goalkeeper would deflect the ball away from the goal skillfully.”
Verb
(jump off) Opposite of to physically launch oneself off a platform downward
“Jess is confident that her daughter would land safely on her feet after performing an aerial flip.”
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Opposite of to physically struggle or flail around clumsily
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Opposite of to place or set in an upright position
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Opposite of to make a speech or contribute to a debate
“What I know about the federal tax code is far less relevant than how I feel about it when I listen to a talk about tax reform.”
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Opposite of to put forward one's questions
“Let me address the question you have posed.”
Verb
Opposite of to get rid of (something unwanted or useless)
“For this challenge, each presenter needed to research and acquire a tractor.”
Verb
Opposite of to lift or move to a higher position or level
“Please lower your hands. Your questions will be addressed at the end of the session.”
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Opposite of to lift or move to a vertical position
“You will need to lower the fridge so we can get it through the door.”
Verb
Opposite of to advertise or create publicity for
“He decided to pull his own interview because of their previous interaction which was full of acrimony.”
Adjective
Opposite of dark brown-to-black
Adjective
Opposite of as dark as ink
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