What is the opposite of spark?

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Noun
Opposite of a small amount of a quality or intense feeling
Noun
Opposite of a small quantity of something
Noun
Opposite of vigor or liveliness of style or action
Noun
Opposite of a tiny amount
Noun
Opposite of a sudden and brief burst of bright light
Noun
Opposite of something or someone that incites action or activity
“The inadequacies in the laws themselves are an impediment to justice.”
Noun
Opposite of a slight trace or hint (of something)
“We got a lot of feedback from listeners saying we didn't have enough contrary voices.”
Noun
Opposite of the cause or latent beginning of a feeling, process, or condition
Noun
(surfeit) Opposite of a very small or insignificant amount
Noun
(fortune) Opposite of a very small or insignificant amount
Noun
Opposite of a very slight trace
Noun
Opposite of something used to produce a flame or spark
“Put the fire out with the extinguisher!”
Noun
Opposite of a feeling of great enthusiasm and eagerness
“My complete disinterest in the sport doesn't mean I'm ignorant of the importance it bears in the character building of some men.”
Noun
Opposite of a hot glowing body of fire
Verb
Opposite of to rouse a strong feeling or action
Verb
Opposite of to incite or prompt someone into doing something
Verb
Opposite of to cause (a belief or emotion) to become stronger or more widespread
“I defended the president on that occasion because he had done something that served to abate the panic that had reached very dangerous proportions.”
Verb
Opposite of to come into being or have its starting point at a certain time or place
“The two tribes have agreed to cease all hostilities with each other in order to bring peace and harmony to their own villages.”
Verb
Opposite of to ignite
“Arthur Morgan would extinguish the fire and tear down his campsite after he was fully rested.”
Verb
Opposite of to cause a response after a particular event
“Making our staff speed-read irrelevant emails will eventually demotivate and exhaust them.”
Verb
Opposite of to rouse or inspire a particular feeling or thoughts
“When you're a nurse, you see so much sadness and pain on a daily basis that you almost have to desensitize yourself to it just to stay sane.”
Verb
Opposite of to bring about
“Land-related corruption and local abuse of power can all too easily deter progress.”
Verb
Opposite of to arouse someone
“His body odor and lack of hygiene would repulse her.”
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