What is the opposite of remains?

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Noun
Opposite of the parts left over after other parts have been removed, used, or destroyed
Noun
Opposite of refuse or waste material
“One man's trash is another man's treasure.”
Noun
Opposite of a part or quantity that is left after the greater part has been used, removed, or destroyed
Noun
Opposite of scattered pieces of rubbish or remains
Noun
Opposite of the remaining (other) people or things
“The enlisted men making up the core of the group were temporarily picked from rifle companies.”
Noun
Opposite of people or things that have been rejected or discarded as worthless
Noun
Opposite of a trace or remnant of something that is disappearing or no longer exists
Noun
Opposite of the remains of a building, typically an old one that has suffered much damage or disintegration
“Off to his right, he could see the great structure of the Gatun Dam.”
Noun
Opposite of remnants, especially of something that has been destroyed
Noun
Opposite of a dead body, especially the corpse of a human to be dissected
Noun
Opposite of organic remains of a previous time
Noun
Opposite of rubbish or waste, especially domestic refuse
Noun
Opposite of unwanted or unusable material, substances, or by-products
“Clean air is a valuable natural resource that needs to be protected.”
Noun
Opposite of old object
Noun
Opposite of the result of the subtraction of one number or quantity from another
“Just give me the total of the financing charges.”
Noun
Opposite of a small piece that is left after use
“Whole sequences are played out in their entirety in front of the television cameras.”
Verb
Opposite of to be or perform the function of
“He is not the quickest tool in the shed, as evidenced by his body of work to date.”
Verb
Opposite of to stay in the same place, position or level that one is presently occupying
“On Sunday morning he saw two tenders come to at Poplar Island and go ashore in barges, and after some length of time, he saw them depart from the island.”
Verb
Opposite of to continue to exist, especially after other similar people or things have ceased to do so
“Do not cling to anything that will eventually cease.”
Verb
Opposite of to be left over or outstanding after others or other parts have been completed, used, or dealt with
“The gig is months away yet, but the tickets will go very quickly.”
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