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Noun
Opposite of a sentence worded or expressed so as to elicit information
“It was an excellent, pointed answer that even managed to advertise her movie.”
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Opposite of a matter or concern or a topic of discussion
“In normal circumstances, perhaps I would agree that it should be a non-issue.”
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Opposite of a doubt about the truth or validity of something
“Well, the judge explained that what they're looking for here is somewhere between absolute certainty and just a shadow of a doubt.”
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Opposite of protest, objection, disapproving pleading, or an act thereof
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Opposite of a person or thing that is being discussed, described, or dealt with
“Tom is neither the subject nor the protagonist of the story but merely an auxiliary that serves to illustrate Nick's relationship problems.”
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Opposite of a subject or situation under consideration
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(confidence) Opposite of something that is difficult or impossible to understand or explain
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(explanation) Opposite of something that is difficult or impossible to understand or explain
“He proposed a simple explanation for the inconsistency between lab observations and what was actually occurring in the field.”
Noun
Opposite of something unrevealed or difficult to know
“He surprised his family with a revelation that he would be migrating to France.”
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Opposite of something that needs to be resolved
“It's an inescapable truth that these problems have no easy solution.”
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Opposite of cautious distrust
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Opposite of a call to prove or justify something
“The loyal disciple expressed his acceptance of beliefs expressed within the cult.”
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Opposite of a feeling, act or declaration of disapproval or objection to something
“It is wholly unsurprising that in the macho world of sports that an item like this would gain attention and approbation.”
Noun
Opposite of the material dealt with in a speech, performance or work
“By way of digression and as an aside, here's a little anecdote from education.”
Noun
Opposite of a topic or issue worthy of discourse
“As there were no other pressing matters to discuss, the council would instead focus on entertainment options for the public.”
Verb
Opposite of to question or quiz, especially in a thorough or investigative manner
“I don't know the answer to that, so I'm going to let my lawyer answer for me.”
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Opposite of to express uncertainty
“We do not believe that definitive conclusions can be reached on so obviously inadequate an evidentiary record.”
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Opposite of to dispute the validity of
“To the astonishment of the jury, the defendant's lawyer would accept the evidence presented by the prosecutor.”
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Opposite of to examine critically and meticulously
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Opposite of to oppose, dispute or argue against something
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Opposite of to think meticulously about something, usually before a decision is made
“Your thesis is so full of conjecture and unsubstantiated claims that I am inclined to dismiss it.”
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Opposite of to consider or give serious or careful thought to
“It comes as no surprise that he would dismiss allegations of misconduct.”
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Opposite of to call into question
“He said that he would back himself to respond after a poor showing.”
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Opposite of to delve or make inquiries into
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Opposite of to give reasons or cite evidence in support of an idea, action, or theory
“The law provides for the reduction of penalties, as long as the taxpayer will agree to fully accept the charges laid.”
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Opposite of to put forward one's questions
“Let me address the question you have posed.”
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Opposite of to put forward for consideration
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Opposite of to belittle or express disapproval of
“Many would applaud her turnaround in life considering her difficult childhood.”
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Opposite of to analyze or view in a certain way
“It is possible to misinterpret the worsening of symptoms as an exacerbation of multiple sclerosis.”
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Opposite of to speak in opposition to
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Opposite of to debate, disagree, or discuss opposing or differing viewpoints
“I don't always agree with her, but she is right on this point.”
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Opposite of to administer or assign an examination
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Opposite of to struggle to overcome, eliminate, or prevent
“The network will finally bow to mounting pressure to remove the controversial show from its nightly rotation.”
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