What is the opposite of restored?

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Adjective
Opposite of recovered or reinvigorated
Adjective
Opposite of restored or reinvigorated
Adjective
Opposite of in good health
“I regret stuffing myself at the buffet as I'm starting to feel a bit ill.”
Adjective
Opposite of restored
Adjective
Opposite of in better health
Adjective
Opposite of having been fixed
“Almost six years after the deadly quake, little of the money pledged to rebuild the broken city has been anted up.”
Adjective
(of a person) Opposite of full of energy and vigor
“I feel really tired because I had trouble sleeping last night.”
Adjective
Opposite of in a different state or condition
“His character and disposition have remained stable for years.”
Adjective
Opposite of in a state of comfort and relaxation
“In the plane, my fear of flying kicked in and I felt worried at the thought of not making it to my destination.”
Adjective
Opposite of very enthusiastic and eager to do something
Adjective
Opposite of rising again
Adjective
Opposite of restored or reinvigorated
“He was a weakened man prior to his surgery.”
Verb
Opposite of to have recovered something that has been misplaced, stolen, or hidden away
“I hid the Infinity Stones from Thanos just as you had trusted me to.”
Verb
Opposite of to have contributed in some way to
“The dark colors certainly worsened the room's dullness.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to repair or renovate so as to return something to its original condition
“Controversial plans to demolish five traditional homes to make way for a huge apartment block in a village near York are set to be thrown out.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to put (something) back in a previous place or position
“As the scandals mount, they will break the public's faith in the current government.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to rejuvenate one's health
“Father Bosco hopes to have his new responsibilities confirmed by his superiors, but his chemotherapy continues to weaken him.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to give (something stolen, taken away, or lost) back to the original owner or recipient
“He thought to himself that trying to keep the stolen money was more exhaustive than earning it.”
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