What is the opposite of prejudice?

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Noun
Opposite of dislike, hostility, or unjust behavior deriving from preconceived and unfounded opinions
“The concept of egalitarianism was expressed in housing through uniformity, regardless of individual needs.”
Noun
Opposite of a preconceived opinion or bias, especially one that is not based on reason
“Refs aren't such weak characters that they would allow their impartiality to be compromised on this basis.”
Noun
Opposite of intolerance to different opinions or beliefs
Noun
Opposite of an intense dislike
“Chloe and Mark's wedding was a beautiful celebration of the love that they held for each other.”
Noun
Opposite of an opinion formed before obtaining adequate evidence, especially as the result of bias or prejudice
Noun
Opposite of a feeling of distaste or hostility
“Through Shine, he has discovered a liking for exercise, including swimming, badminton, and table tennis.”
Noun
Opposite of a cause of harm or damage
Noun
Opposite of a particular point of view from which something is seen or presented
Noun
Opposite of excessive patriotism, eagerness for national superiority
Noun
Opposite of hatred of women
Noun
Opposite of prejudice based on class
Noun
Opposite of physical damage caused to something
“Fear not! Help is on its way.”
Noun
Opposite of xenophobia
Verb
Opposite of to harm or be detrimental to
“A background check could assist your case against the other person.”
Verb
Opposite of to corrupt, or to prove harmful or destructive to
“These changes should improve the structure of your program and better support changes down the road.”
Verb
Opposite of to make (someone) disposed to do something
Verb
Opposite of to expose to danger or the risk of loss
“You need to secure the perimeter of your network in order to reduce the number of external attacks.”
Verb
Opposite of to cause to have opposite (usually negative) opinions about someone or something
Verb
Opposite of to affect without completely changing
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Opposite of to alter something from its true state, typically to deceive
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Opposite of to convince or manipulate
“The convenient rationalization that our weapons potpourri will confuse the enemy into fear of misbehaving is absurd and threatening.”
Verb
Opposite of to control or influence (a person or course of action)
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Opposite of to bring disrepute to, especially through aspersions
“Admirers of Columbus insisted that it should be called Colombia to honor the name of the admiral, but their claims were unsuccessful.”
Verb
Opposite of to have a diminishing effect on
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