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What is the opposite of scandal?

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Opposite of the shame, outrage or anger caused by a scandalous action or event
Opposite of the state or quality of being immoral or wicked
Opposite of information received from other people that cannot be substantiated
“His novel is based on historical occurrences, but it blurs the line between fact and fiction.”
Opposite of an action or event that causes general public outrage
“He was delighted to be apart of a national achievement of which to be proud and brought home the realization that a new era in medicine was beginning.”
Opposite of loss of reputation or respect as the result of a dishonorable action
“Eddie was held in high esteem by the farming community, and his pleasant, friendly smile endeared him to all.”
Opposite of information about someone's activities or private life that could prove damaging if revealed
Opposite of information of interest, usually for a given topic or subject
Opposite of a widespread reaction of outrage or outrage
Opposite of exaggeration
Opposite of a tumultuous or angry reaction
“His sentence caused an initial uproar in the community but when it was revealed in court that he had been under the influence of another, calm settled among the public.”
Opposite of scandalous acts involving dishonesty or corruption
Opposite of an immoral act considered to be a transgression against divine law
“After performing a good deed, he's also stuck with a halo above his head.”
Opposite of a bad reflection on someone or something
“He served the county as prosecutor several years ago and was a credit to the county and the people he so well represented.”
Opposite of news or gossip that is current
“Don't give me old news! What are the current rumors?”
Opposite of a lie or fictitious misrepresentation
Opposite of an unjust or unfair act
Opposite of a person, action, or situation that brings a loss of respect or honor
“Under his sterling guidance and without fanfare, he has led in a manner that makes him an asset for our organization.”
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