What is the opposite of steep?

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Adjective
Opposite of so steep as to be almost vertical
Adjective
Opposite of excessive in degree or amount
Adjective
Opposite of extreme or very high in cost or price
Adjective
Opposite of that has been described as greater or better than it actually is
“There is understated confidence about the food, and the service allows you to sit back and truly relax.”
Adjective
Opposite of extremely tall, especially in comparison with the surroundings
Adjective
Opposite of large in size, amount, or intensity
“The banks have suffered inconsequential losses from investing in a few small businesses.”
Adjective
Opposite of assurgent, ascending
Adjective
Opposite of difficult to endure or accomplish
“Trekking at altitude is no easy feat, and each woman pushed herself harder than she thought possible.”
Adjective
Opposite of so steep as to be almost vertical
Adjective
Opposite of bolt upright
Adjective
Opposite of very severe or serious
“Leaders hope that taking mild action today will dampen wage demands before they become significant.”
Adjective
Opposite of severe or harsh in nature
“You would think the damage done in the last couple of years by lenient court rulings would have been enough to wake them up.”
Adjective
Opposite of excessive in degree or amount
“If a relatively modest amount of money was spent now, the maintenance costs for the future would be no more than for a new building.”
Adjective
Opposite of excessively abundant
Adjective
Opposite of denotes a sudden or dramatic change
“So the ideal line involves starting your turn early, swinging wide, and making a round, smooth, gradual turn.”
Verb
Opposite of to soak or immerse thoroughly in liquid
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Opposite of to sow or place in one's consciousness
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Opposite of to spread or pervade throughout
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Opposite of to cover completely with water, as of a flood
“The fountains drain the water from the ground adjacent and leave but sufficient moisture to breed moss.”
Verb
Opposite of to colour slightly
Verb
Opposite of to be, or cause to be, wet or waterlogged
“Wash and dry your hands before you come to the dinner table.”
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