What is the opposite of secured?

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Opposite of to have attained or achieved
“I surrendered my search for love and did not feel a shred of regret.”
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Opposite of to have gotten into one's possession
“The street vendor gave me my hot dog once he had finished preparing it.”
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Opposite of to have captured by force
“After assuming power, Daenerys freed the Unsullied from their enslavement.”
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Opposite of to have accepted or received, typically something awarded
“She had worked hard and tried her best, but ultimately failed at winning a medal during the tournament.”
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Opposite of to have set up on a long-term basis
“After many years, the tech company closed down its headquarters in Silicon Valley.”
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Opposite of to have acted on an opportunity
“He missed many golden opportunities that had been presented to him during his career because of his tunnel vision.”
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Opposite of to have started or established
“The government dismantled the old organization with an eye towards establishing a more current version.”
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Opposite of to have gained or profited from financially
“Samsung lost a lot of money on the Galaxy Note 7 after having to recall the entire line of phones.”
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Opposite of past tense for to put securely in place
Loosen the bolts underneath the table in order to move the wings level with the central part of the table.”
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Opposite of past tense for to make safe or protect against threats
“The shape-shifting cyborg took on the identity of a woman and used flesh-and-blood wiles as much as her robotic powers to attack John Connor.”
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(of a door or opening) Opposite of past tense for to close so as to protect from unauthorized entry
“Will you request the warders to open the gates for the King of France, to visit his fair cousin the duke?”
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Opposite of past tense for to provide a legal assurance of something
“Globalization and impersonal market forces threaten the rights of those who do have them and imperil the chances that others will secure them.”
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(of a boat or vessel) Opposite of past tense for to moor
“Father is to come with us, and unmoor the boat, and help us to gather the water-lilies.”
Adjective
Opposite of in an undamaged state
“The vase shattered on the ground, and all that was left was a pile of broken glass.”
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Opposite of immovable, or fixed in place
“In this case, her hair is combed back into a tiara with a loose knot.”
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Opposite of shielded or protected from attack or damage
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Opposite of guaranteed
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Opposite of gained by personal exertion
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Opposite of full of knots, knotty
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Opposite of kept in one's possession
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Opposite of authorized with a warrant
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Opposite of made, fixed or closed firmly and securely
“He gave me a soft and relaxed handshake as he introduced himself.”
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