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What is the opposite of prostrate?

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Adjective
Opposite of lying stretched out on the ground with one's face downwards
Adjective
Opposite of feeling tired, fatigued or weak
Adjective
Opposite of lacking physical strength, especially due to illness or age
Adjective
Opposite of weak or lacking in physical strength
“We watched a group of strong construction workers convey a large concrete block across the street with relative ease.”
Adjective
Opposite of having been subjected to oppression
Adjective
Opposite of feeling or showing extreme tiredness, especially as a result of excessive exertion
Adjective
Opposite of physically tired or exhausted from overwork
“I am feeling fresh and light on my feet after a holiday, ready to tackle the week ahead.”
Adjective
Opposite of not awake and aware of and responding to one's environment
“By this time, conscious patients were not acutely distressed, although some were anxious or scared.”
Verb
Opposite of to cause to become physically weaker
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Opposite of to fall on one's knees, especially in submission
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Opposite of to weaken or lose strength, or to cause this
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Opposite of to weaken or make feeble
“It is a habit that will fortify the child's character and help him grow into a well-balanced, beautiful person.”
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Opposite of to overcome with emotion or stress
“With thirty seconds to go, and the game all but won, I could finally relax.”
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Opposite of to strike (someone) so as to make them fall down
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Opposite of to knock or bring to the ground
“Somewhere on the long list of jobs is a task to erect a nice little shed in the back garden.”
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Opposite of to overcome with mental or emotional stress
Verb
Opposite of to violently subdue (opposition or a rebellion)
“Fearful that the right planned to establish a fascist state, socialists rose up in the mining districts of Asturias only to be defeated by the army under the supervision of General Franco.”
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Opposite of to abolish, invalidate, or reverse (a previous system, decision, situation, etc.)
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Opposite of to weaken an armed opposition, such as a military or army
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Opposite of to knock to the ground
“He put his sergeant's hand around his shoulder to support him and ensure he didn't fall to the ground.”
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