What is the opposite of slip?

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Noun
Opposite of a long, narrow piece of cloth, paper, plastic, or some other material
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Opposite of a (usually unintentional) mistake
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Opposite of a piece of paper used in commercial transactions
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Opposite of an embarrassing or tactless act or remark in a social situation
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(order) Opposite of a mistake, typically unintentional
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(success) Opposite of a mistake, typically unintentional
“As we blast off from Earth, we look out the rocket's rear-facing window and telescopically observe the people near the launch pad who are applauding the success of the liftoff.”
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Opposite of an act or judgment that is misguided or wrong
“He made his fortune through astuteness and good decision making with his investments.”
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Opposite of the action of fleeing or escaping
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Opposite of an involuntary slip or fall
“While a quick recovery is vulnerable to attacks if the enemy is close, it can be just as vulnerable to stay prone after a knockdown.”
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Opposite of the characteristic of being unfit or ill-suited
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Opposite of a mistake
“There are too many minor mistakes, which need correction before a paperback edition.”
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(printing) Opposite of a trial impression of a page, taken from type or film and used for making corrections before final printing
“This edit is the final and is ready to be published.”
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Opposite of a small piece or amount (of something)
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Opposite of a thin, flat piece of material made of cloth, paper, metal, etc.
Noun
Opposite of a failure to hit, catch, reach or achieve something
“The movie was a hit at the box office!”
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Opposite of a gradual and continuous loss of strength, numbers, quality, or value
“The rise in our revenue this month is cause for optimism.”
Noun
Opposite of something that impedes, or stands in the way of, progress
“My termination turned out to be a blessing as I ended up with a bigger salary at my new job.”
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Opposite of a side shoot or branch on a plant
Noun
Opposite of a written or printed statement acknowledging that something has been paid for or that goods have been received
Verb
Opposite of to lose one's footing (and slide or fall unintentionally)
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Opposite of to pass or change to a worse condition
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Opposite of to move or proceed with a given movement or momentum
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(of an object) Opposite of to accidentally slide or move out of position or from someone's grasp
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Opposite of to put (something) in a particular place or position quietly, quickly, or stealthily
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(slip into) Opposite of to put on (a garment) quickly and easily
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(slip out of) Opposite of to take off (a garment) quickly and easily
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Opposite of to loosen or disentangle
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Opposite of to move slowly and carefully in order to avoid being heard or noticed
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Opposite of to move or proceed with a given movement or momentum
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Opposite of to advance in a coy, furtive, or unobtrusive manner
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Opposite of to place, slip or insert something into a compartment or space
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Opposite of to move somewhere quietly or surreptitiously
“Bruce and Tim sprint out of the show floor and bolt to the nearest exit.”
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Opposite of to move or go in a furtive or stealthy way
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Opposite of to deteriorate or go into decline, especially physically
“The results of your blood tests show that your health is starting to improve.”
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(literally or figuratively) Opposite of to move or proceed with a given movement or momentum
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Opposite of to move (something or oneself) slowly and carefully
“The second wall of rock doesn't quite meet the one I have been sliding along, so I force myself into the narrowing gap, totally sightless.”
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Opposite of to insert or introduce in a stealthy way
“At emotional moments, the phrases would ebb and flow, enter and exit his consciousness, and sometimes reveal his true thoughts.”
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Opposite of to move, glide or slide gracefully or effortlessly
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Opposite of to insert or introduce in a stealthy way
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Opposite of to move somewhere in a slow and steady way
“Laurel told me that while I was at the entrance to her building, she saw two men in a black car stop next to my car.”
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Opposite of to fall down or over, especially suddenly
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Opposite of to make an abrupt, unsteady, uncontrolled movement or series of movements
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Opposite of to move or drift along the surface of a liquid or in the air
“The boat would finally settle among the stillness of the waves as Gene quietly dozes off.”
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Opposite of to change the emphasis, direction, or focus of
“Prepare notes for reference to stay on topic and avoid rambling or going off on personal tangents.”
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