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Opposite of to move along lightly, stepping from one foot to the other with a hop or bounce
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Opposite of to omit, bypass or disregard (sections of a whole)
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Opposite of to run away or make oneself scarce
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Opposite of to look through something quickly or casually
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Opposite of to run hurriedly or furtively with short quick steps
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Opposite of to move about or around quickly and randomly
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Opposite of to depart or run away, especially secretly
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Opposite of to bounce back through the air after hitting something hard
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Opposite of to move or jolt around unsteadily or abruptly
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(of a person) Opposite of to move in a quick and lively way
“The brooding teenagers stand around in the hallway, looking the others up and down as they pass by.”
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Opposite of to slide down a steep slope, especially one of snow or ice
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Opposite of to walk or run with a spring in one's step
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Opposite of to neglect or ignore something, sometimes inadvertently
“I would always remember to check the doors and windows before going to sleep.”
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Opposite of to escape, or be liberated, from a place of confinement
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Opposite of to physically launch oneself into the air
“They have to tread carefully lest they fall into a crevice.”
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Opposite of to get to a location by any means of motion
“Please stand still for a moment while I take your measurements.”
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Opposite of avoid, get out of responsibility
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Opposite of to fail to notice or give the proper attention to
“This singer should heed the old maxim and not quit her day job.”
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Opposite of to cease to perform a specified action
“After fully recovering from tendonitis, I could continue running as I did before.”
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Opposite of to not be able to experience or take advantage of (an opportunity or chance)
“Josh decided that he wished to experience the life-changing experience of climbing up Mount Everest.”
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Opposite of leave something undone
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Opposite of to keep or withhold oneself from something
“While I was on holiday, I would indulge in plenty of delicious desserts.”
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Opposite of to fail to see or notice
“I can see the Eiffel Tower all the way from Parc de Belleville.”
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Opposite of to fail to include
“We are an inclusionary bunch, and we want to include everyone.”
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Opposite of to make a brief mention of
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Opposite of to fail to fulfill an obligation or payment
“His problem lies in his ineptitude to fulfill his obligations.”
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Opposite of to pass over (an obstacle) by a spring or leap
“When you see him fail to mount the ramp properly in the footage, you know it is inevitable that he will crash into the wall below.”
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Opposite of to prevent oneself from
“I indulge myself once a month by eating ice-cream.”
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Opposite of to decide not to do something
“Ned Nederlander would accept the German's challenge of a quickdraw.”
Noun
Opposite of an act of jumping into the air
“I spent fifteen years pursuing perfection in the sport, and the most important lesson I learned is the necessity to stick the landing.”
Noun
Opposite of an act of refusal or avoidance
“Give the ride a go. You may well find yourself enjoying the experience.”
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(bottom) Opposite of a leader or person in authority
Noun
(employee) Opposite of a leader or person in authority
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