What is the opposite of seizure?

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Noun
Opposite of a sudden attack of illness, especially a stroke or an epileptic fit
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Opposite of the action of confiscating or impounding property by warrant of legal right
Noun
(liberation) Opposite of the action of capturing someone or something using force
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(ransoming) Opposite of the action of capturing someone or something using force
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Opposite of an instance of invading a country or region in a hostile manner
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Opposite of a disease or period of sickness affecting the body or mind
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Opposite of a sudden attack or outburst of a particular emotion or activity
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Opposite of the act of taking away (someone) by force
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Opposite of a sudden short bout of an illness or stress
“Probiotics can be used to provide defense against illnesses.”
Noun
Opposite of loss of consciousness fromblockage in vein or artery
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Opposite of legal seizure of property
“The preamble was amended to provide a reference to the restitution of property or to equitable redress.”
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Opposite of the act of forcefully dispossessing or depriving someone of something
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(somewhat rare) Opposite of a sudden outburst of emotion
“The medication gave her brief relief from her nagging cough, but within twenty-four hours, it had returned.”
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Opposite of the loss of brain function arising when the blood supply to the brain is interrupted
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Opposite of the act of monopolizing or the state of being monopolized
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Opposite of a short period of intense activity of a specified kind
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Opposite of a physical or mental breakdown
“His own daughter's recovery is nothing short of a miracle, after five years of struggling with an eating disorder.”
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Opposite of the act of repossessing, or the condition of being repossessed
Noun
Opposite of a sudden failure of an institution or undertaking
“He claims that delegation is the key to the success of his empire.”
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Opposite of a sudden failure of an institution, person or undertaking
“Having conversations about personal areas where they each need growth can be a vulnerable experience but is vital to the success of their marriage.”
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Opposite of a sudden burst of intense emotion
“Her favorite character is Data, an android who, for all his emotionlessness, has a great curiosity about being human.”
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