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What is the opposite of reserve?

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Noun
Opposite of a supply or store of a commodity
“He complains that there is a lack of food in the pantry.”
Noun
Opposite of that which has been saved, especially money, for use when required
“After the unique, extremely rapid growth of welfare expenditure the welfare state reached its financial limits.”
Noun
Opposite of a lack of warmth or openness in manner or expression
“The friendliness and approachability of the locals increases in direct proportion to the number of steins sunk.”
Noun
Opposite of someone or something that replaces or provides support to another
“He was a regular in his first season, but an amazing drop in form saw him play as a reserve in the following three seasons before he retired.”
Noun
Opposite of a feeling of doubt qualifying acceptance of a person, statement, or plan
“People experiment with online personas and often demonstrate freedom of expression and candidness they feel unable to reveal in daily life.”
Noun
Opposite of a fear of social interactions
Noun
Opposite of a large stock or supply of something
Noun
Opposite of a quantity or group of accumulated items
Noun
Opposite of humbleness in character and behavior
Noun
Opposite of control over one's actions or emotions
Noun
Opposite of someone or something that replaces another, especially temporarily
Noun
Opposite of the money possessed by, or available to, a person or country
Noun
Opposite of the state of being diffident, timid or shy
Noun
Opposite of a person or thing acting or serving in place of another
Noun
Opposite of the condition of being cold or reserved in manner
“Some scholars have emphasized emotional closeness to describe the emotional attachment of relationship members.”
Noun
Opposite of a supply or quantity of something accumulated or available for future use
Noun
Opposite of the state of being speechless
Noun
Opposite of a nature reserve
“He said to make the provision of support for conservation projects dependent on the acquisition of animals for exhibition in a Scottish zoo was unethical.”
Noun
Opposite of someone or something replaces another, sometimes temporarily
Noun
Opposite of the presentation of something as being smaller or less good or important than it really is
Noun
Opposite of behavior that is impersonal, strictly according to formal etiquette
Noun
(figuratively) Opposite of a plentiful source of supply
“The young boy had turned into a fearless leader, the undeniable consequence of his infinite vision and ambition.”
Noun
Opposite of the state of being aloof
Noun
Opposite of a supply or source of something
Noun
(of a person) Opposite of the state of being detached or reserved
Noun
Opposite of a place where game is protected and kept for private hunting or shooting
“While some of these thirty-two subspecies of gray wolf thrive in the wild, others are extinct and gone forever.”
Noun
Opposite of the ability to solve difficult problems, often in original, clever, and inventive ways
Noun
Opposite of a group of accumulated items of a particular kind
Noun
Opposite of shy or bashful in nature
Verb
Opposite of to hold, save or retain for future use
“It would not be wise to expend all your energy on this first round of obstacles.”
Verb
Opposite of to be in possession of, or to have at one's disposal
“Even when accessible buildings exist in an area, election officials may lack the authority to use them.”
Verb
Opposite of to book in advance or make a reservation
“Due to complications with her pregnancy, Kitty had to cancel her dinner booking with her husband.”
Verb
Opposite of to refrain from delivering (a judgment or decision) without due consideration or evidence
“A motion has been filed before the Supreme Court against the President's request to expedite the verdict of the petitions on the dissolution of the parliament.”
Verb
Opposite of to postpone from being dealt with
“We would like to advance our meeting to discuss the critical timelines for this project!”
Verb
Opposite of to pack or store (an object) carefully and neatly in a particular place
Verb
Opposite of to set aside or reserve for a particular purpose
“You may retain your change as we are a service that does not require tips.”
Verb
Opposite of to refuse to give (something that is due to or is desired by another)
Verb
Opposite of to set apart for a special use
“I always use anything I purchase straight away, or at least as soon as possible.”
Verb
Opposite of to collect, acquire or store an increasing number or quantity of
“We need to distribute leaflets, write letters, send faxes, talk to people, get the message across, and change opinions.”
Verb
Opposite of to dedicate set apart for a particular purpose
Verb
Opposite of to hold on to or continue to have something, both physically or mentally
“Is it unfair to describe him as something of a megalomaniac, where even allowing for his enormous contribution he appears to refuse to even partially relinquish his power?”
Verb
Opposite of to arrange or organize a scheduled event
Verb
Opposite of to lease or hire by charter
Verb
Opposite of to employ by paying a retainer
“Six months after the launch, the board made the decision to dismiss the staff, close our virtual doors, and monetize the assets.”
Adjective
Opposite of serving as a support or backup for a given position or role
“The sequel has a first-person narrator, but, unlike the previous book, he is the main protagonist in the story.”
Adjective
Opposite of acting as a substitute or surrogate for another
Adjective
Opposite of something kept in reserve as a spare or backup
Adjective
Opposite of a person, especially a schoolteacher, acting as a temporary substitute for another
“Without the aide's dedicated assistance, the main teacher may become overstrained and exhausted, resulting in diminished efficiency.”
Adjective
Opposite of being in excess
Adjective
Opposite of presenting a choice between two or more possibilities
“They sent Roeh to David, who offered him the only option of helping them to get out of his tight spot.”
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