What is the opposite of raised?

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Adjective
Opposite of being at a higher level than average
Adjective
Opposite of being positioned above a surface
Adjective
Opposite of rising straight up
Adjective
Opposite of with raised letters or images on the surface
Adjective
Opposite of (of a person or animal) reared in a specified environment or way
Adjective
Opposite of situated above the level of the head
Adjective
Opposite of standing out or raised
Adjective
Opposite of significant in elevation
“The view from the top of the low hill was rather limited and uninspiring.”
Adjective
(of an object) Opposite of having a greater than average height
“The town center consisted mostly of offices and shops housed in low buildings.”
Verb
Opposite of to have made a quantity bigger
“An abundance of supply decreased prices in the market.”
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Opposite of to have mustered
“After manifesting his internal emotional turmoil, he finally yielded, and watched a romantic comedy with his girlfriend.”
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Opposite of to have put forward one's questions
“I addressed the question he had posed to us.”
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Opposite of to have advanced or promoted the growth of
“The athlete regressed his skills after a period of neglecting his training.”
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Opposite of past tense for 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 past tense for to lift or move to a vertical position
“You will need to lower the fridge so we can get it through the door.”
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Opposite of past tense for to construct or build (a structure)
“They would finally demolish the eyesore in the middle of the iconic park.”
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Opposite of past tense for to increase the amount, level, or strength of
“Could you please reduce the volume as we are trying to get some sleep.”
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Opposite of past tense for to bring to maturity through care and education
“She would never abandon her children regardless of the circumstances.”
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Opposite of past tense for to introduce for consideration
“It is no longer satisfactory to suppress awareness of mental health issues but to advocate for acceptance.”
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Opposite of past tense for to cause to occur or appear, especially through provocation
Allay your fears as the reigning champion has announced that he will not be retiring anytime soon.”
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Opposite of past tense for to promote (someone) to a higher rank
“Thael would demote his most trusted elder and friend, Pyrenes, following his betrayal to the war chief.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to collect or gather together, especially funds for a given purpose
Distribute these donuts evenly and sparingly to your friends.”
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Opposite of past tense for to collect or gather together, especially funds for a given purpose
“I am willing to donate to a charity of your choice.”
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Opposite of past tense for to charge or levy
“The gym will exempt the joining fee should the member refer another friend.”
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Opposite of past tense for to gather people together
“The group would eventually disband following their unsuccessful stint in the music industry.”
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Opposite of past tense for to improve in quality
“The internet quality in this area will continue to deteriorate due to the inclement weather forecast for the week ahead.”
Verb
(of a sound or voice) Opposite of past tense for to increase in loudness or intensity
“Jack, lower your voice because you seem to be shouting into the microphone.”
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(of animals) Opposite of past tense for to breed or grow
“We must eradicate these pests to save our crops.”
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(of plants) Opposite of past tense for to grow or cultivate
“Shortage of rainfall and water restrictions meant that the Smith family would be forced to extirpate their dead plantations.”
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Opposite of past tense for to cause (bread) to rise, especially by the action of yeast
“You must knead the bread dough well or it will collapse.”
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(of a siege, blockade, or embargo) Opposite of past tense for to abandon or force an enemy to abandon
“They would commence their siege towards the bastion only to be repelled by a sea of long-range ballistics.”
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