What is the opposite of rear?

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Adjective
Opposite of at the back
Adjective
Opposite of coming after all others in order
“The first procedure is to remove panels you will not be working with at this time.”
Noun
Opposite of a person's buttocks
Noun
Opposite of the back part of something, especially a building or vehicle
Noun
(exteriority) Opposite of a person's buttocks
Noun
(annexe) Opposite of a person's buttocks
Noun
Opposite of the part of the body upon which someone sits
Noun
Opposite of the rear of a ship
“She stood at the bow of the ship, letting the breeze play with her hair.”
Noun
Opposite of the back or tail end of a row or length
“It took a while to get to the front of the line, but it was certainly worth the wait.”
Noun
Opposite of a person's buttocks
“When the tennis ball flew swiftly into his groin, he instantly fell to the ground and writhed in pain.”
Verb
(abandon) Opposite of to bring to maturity through care and education
Verb
(decrease) Opposite of to bring to maturity through care and education
Verb
Opposite of to form by putting together parts or materials
Verb
(with object) Opposite of to cause vegetation or plants to germinate and develop
“If you don't water the garden, you're going to kill everything that lives there.”
Verb
Opposite of rise to or reach a great height
Verb
(of a structure or natural feature) Opposite of to be, or to appear to be, taller than the surrounding landscape
“The landscape would flatten out once we had driven past the mountains.”
Verb
Opposite of to bring to maturity through care and education
“She would never abandon her children regardless of the circumstances.”
Verb
Opposite of to raise or take care of
“Apathetic attitudes and depression are personality characteristics we often find in parents who neglect the needs of their children.”
Verb
Opposite of to set up and fix in position
Verb
(of animals) Opposite of to breed or grow
“We must eradicate these pests to save our crops.”
Verb
Opposite of to lift or raise something by grasping it
“Do not drop that sheet of glass or it will be very expensive to replace.”
Verb
Opposite of to draw out by force or with effort
Adverb
Opposite of at, or any distance behind, the stern
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