What is the opposite of spell?

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Noun
Opposite of a brief period of time, typically used to take a break from something
“They managed to reorganize their structure on the resumption of the game and managed to prevail over their rivals.”
Noun
Opposite of a quality or ability to control, charm or influence people
“We may infer that the repulsiveness of his character was heightened by frequent irritability and furious excesses of passion on slight occasions.”
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Opposite of magic, sorcery or the use of supernatural powers to influence or predict events
Noun
Opposite of a sudden short bout of an illness or stress
“Probiotics can be used to provide defense against illnesses.”
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Opposite of a spell or hold
“Another key came in the testimony under immunity of two men who said they were with the suspect the night of the shooting.”
Noun
Opposite of a short period of intense activity of a specified kind
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Opposite of control or dominance over someone or something
“This kind of freedom may coincide with the cruelest despotism and with the subjugation of the overwhelming majority of the people.”
Noun
Opposite of a continuous period of time
“For a brief moment, considering the embarrassing circumstances, I was pleased with my poised response.”
Noun
Opposite of a continuous period of a particular situation or condition
“Following her membership in the group, her household experienced a brief spurt of economic improvement.”
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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.”
Noun
Opposite of an intervening period of time
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Opposite of a state of dreaming while awake
Noun
Opposite of a feeling of intense pleasure or joy
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Opposite of a supernatural power to control or manipulate the forces of nature
“Whatever happens by nature happens for the sake of something.”
Noun
Opposite of a person or thing that brings bad luck
Noun
Opposite of a somewhat unconscious state of mind
“I woke up refreshed and in a state of clarity.”
Noun
Opposite of a short time or period
Noun
(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.”
Noun
Opposite of a daily period of work, especially in shift-based jobs
Noun
Opposite of a magical word or phrase uttered with the intention of bringing about evil
Noun
Opposite of a sudden attack of illness, especially a stroke or an epileptic fit
Noun
Opposite of an obligation to do something that comes successively to each of a number of people
Noun
Opposite of an extended period of leisure and recreation, especially one involving travel
Noun
Opposite of a mystical term or phrase believed to have magical powers
Noun
Opposite of an interruption or interval
“To maintain the continuity of the record it is necessary that the cycled radiometers have the same spectral responsivities.”
Noun
Opposite of an interval or passage of time
Noun
Opposite of a powerful force of attraction
“She liked him, which is extremely important given her strong aversion to doctors.”
Verb
Opposite of to be a sign or warning of
“Clear skies with not a hint of rain seemed to contradict the predicted forecast of partly cloudy conditions with a chance of showers.”
Verb
Opposite of to cause or result in
“These options are good candidates to pursue, but attention must be given to the identification of the challenges that will inhibit or prevent success.”
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Opposite of to cast a magical charm or spell on
“Considered a symbol of regal authority, the dragon was also thought to dispel evil magic.”
Verb
Opposite of to give someone or something a rest or break
“They work me off my feet and knock the spirit out of me until I literally collapse from exhaustion.”
Verb
Opposite of to signify beyond its literal or principal meaning
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Opposite of to cast a magical spell on
Verb
(something) Opposite of to prove or reveal a truth about
“Our performance today should disprove recent allegations that our team is unable to win as an underdog.”
Verb
Opposite of to mean or signify
“The transformation from text to image, or vice versa, can reinforce, clarify, or contradict the meaning of the text.”
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(result in) Opposite of to have as a consequence
“Hyperactivity can sometimes begin with the consumption of too much sugar.”
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Opposite of to indicate or suggest
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Opposite of to discontinue or stop doing something
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Opposite of to take over the place, position, or role of
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