What is the opposite of sick?

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Adjective
Opposite of affected by a disease or illness
“After a challenging phase in his life, Grant was finally feeling healthy again.”
Adjective
(sick of) Opposite of having one's patience, interest or pleasure exhausted
“I was very interested in his business proposal.”
Adjective
Opposite of in a state of misery about something
“I'm extremely glad that my parents worked through their differences and stayed together.”
Adjective
Opposite of feeling a sense of disgust or repulsion
“Mary and John were incredibly proud of their children's achievements.”
Adjective
Opposite of depraved, perverted or extremely wrong in a moral sense
“A righteous person would never betray their best friend like that!”
Adjective
Opposite of in bad taste
“The way she thanked her family and peers as she accepted the award was very classy.”
Adjective
Opposite of making fun of death, illness, or misfortune
“It was refreshing to watch an act that was clean and non-controversial.”
Adjective
(colloquial) Opposite of weak in character, lacking determination or willpower
“He also stressed the importance of tackling corruption in a determined manner, as it is a threat to democracy.”
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Opposite of involving or showing gore, violence and bloodshed
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Opposite of having an unstable state of mind
“I can accurately recognize a sane person because I used to be crazy once.”
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Opposite of having a pale or sickly color or complexion, especially of one's skin tone
“She had a florid complexion and the strangest burgundy colored hair.”
Adjective
Opposite of feeling a sense of disgust or repulsion
Adjective
Opposite of feeling sick with an urge to vomit
Adjective
Opposite of depicting or referring to vulgar matters in a way that is unacceptable in polite society
“Brian developed a clean stand-up comedy style appropriate for audiences of all ages.”
Adjective
Opposite of departing from usual or accepted standards, especially in social or sexual behaviour
Adjective
Opposite of affected by disillusionment, such as from being let down
Adjective
Opposite of defective in some way
“The finish on the body was perfect, and not a blemish in sight.”
Adjective
Opposite of tending to repulse or to rouse aversion or disgust
“Such a policy goal would be attractive to parents, students, and many other stakeholders.”
Adjective
Opposite of reluctant to see or experience any more of
Adjective
Opposite of feeling a sense of disgust or repulsion
“I was unsurprised by my lack of success given the flooded job market and the scarcity of jobs.”
Adjective
(slang, somewhat rare) Opposite of very good, in a sublime way
“Choice of workplaces and other privileges can be terminated only for egregious performance or outrageous behavior.”
Verb
Opposite of to take violent or aggressive action against
“He executed an upper block to defend a hit and counter-attacked with a reverse punch.”
Verb
Opposite of to assault or attack (someone)
Verb
Opposite of to take violent or aggressive action against
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