What is the opposite of removed?

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Adjective
Opposite of located in a distant place or time
Adjective
Opposite of standing on its own apart from the others
Adjective
Opposite of remote or isolated, possibly inaccessible
Adjective
Opposite of not paying attention to something
“I felt we had the makings of a perfect match because she was so attentive to my needs.”
Adjective
Opposite of impartial and not taking sides
Adjective
Opposite of removed
Adjective
Opposite of gone to a different residence
Adjective
Opposite of logical and unemotional in one's approach
Adjective
Opposite of aloof or unemotional in manner or behavior
“John was the salt of the earth and a very sociable person, well known in the Old Oak and Mill Tavern.”
Adjective
Opposite of not found or noticed
Adjective
Opposite of not joined or touching physically
Adjective
Opposite of having been ruined, broken or damaged, especially beyond repair
Adjective
Opposite of relatively remote from some central location
Adjective
Opposite of out of place, or having been moved
Adjective
Opposite of hidden or out of the way
“It must be difficult for a celebrity to walk around this busy city without being recognized.”
Adjective
Opposite of having very little connection with or relationship to
“We also welcome papers that analyze any aspect of literary discourse related black vernacularism.”
Adjective
Opposite of situated beyond, or on the farther side
Adjective
Opposite of significantly foreign in nature
“My parents have stayed in their native homeland for most of their lives as they don't like being out of their comfort zone.”
Adjective
Opposite of no longer in contact
Adjective
Opposite of no longer packed
Adjective
Opposite of placed or standing away from view
Adjective
Opposite of unable to be reached physically
“Because the entry to the cave was previously accessible, the site was vandalized and archaeologic remains stolen.”
Adjective
Opposite of deprived of something, or freed from it
Adjective
Opposite of far away in time
“One only needs to look at his recent history to find evidence of negligence.”
Verb
Opposite of to have removed from a particular place
“The chef placed a heap of anchovies on my pizza despite me specifically telling him not to.”
Verb
Opposite of to have subtracted
“If added two to five, that would have equaled seven.”
Verb
Opposite of to have dispossessed someone of something
“Someone had stolen Jesse's car, but the thief then returned it later that day.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to take away or pull out from a place or position
“There are many charging stations at the airport that you can insert your device's USB cable into.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to abolish or get rid of
“Our department will soon introduce a new system to streamline our processes.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to detach or separate two items or objects from each other
“If you attach the two wooden boards together, it should reinforce the frame.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to move (something) to a different location
“Let's just leave the fridge where it is until we can get more people to help us move it.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to get rid of by cleaning
“Myrtle advised her son not to stain their hosts' carpet.”
Verb
(of clothing) Opposite of past tense for to take off
“I would politely decline to don the tacky headdress for the traditional celebration.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to dismiss from a job
“There was plenty of support from within to appoint her as the next Minister of Defense.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to take the life of
“Joe is under strict instruction to protect the witness at all cost.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to take possession of legally, under authority, or by law
“Many of the precious stolen relics will be very difficult to replace.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to take possession of illegally or without authorization
“Though his parents offered to contribute some money, Newton wanted to earn his car through hard work.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to tear up by the roots
“It is ideal to plant roses in the mild or mid-winter as the low lighting will help the roots grow deep into the soil.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to cut off
“You can join the parts back together again with superglue.”
Verb
(of writing) Opposite of past tense for to erase or strike out
“It's time for you to start expanding your vocabulary and add some fresh, new words to your writing.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to change the location of one's home or place of business
“He always responded that he would stay in the Big Apple despite numerous temptations to leave.”
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