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What is the opposite of strain?

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Noun
Opposite of an injury to a part of the body
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Opposite of a person's ancestry or line of descent
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Opposite of a small quantity of something
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Opposite of a very small trace of something
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Opposite of a song, melody, or short musical composition
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Opposite of the origin or background of a person in terms of family or nationality
“In those days, I never went anywhere without my trusty camera, so I even recorded it for posterity.”
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Opposite of a tiny amount
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Opposite of a state of mental or emotional strain or tension resulting from adverse or demanding circumstances
“Even in the face of adversity, he was filled with calm and clarity of mind.”
Noun
Opposite of physical or mental effort
Noun
Opposite of a succession of notes forming a distinctive sequence
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Opposite of a particular type of something in the same general category
“The role was a departure from his romantic comedy repertoire.”
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Opposite of a misfortune or affliction that causes worry, hardship, or distress
“We are an international agency concerned with the alleviation of human suffering.”
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Opposite of energy or effort expended towards an endeavor
“The inferiority might be the result of feebleness and of want of activity of the mind.”
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Opposite of the state of being stretched tight
“If there are big holes in the stitches caused by the looseness of the fabric, then that yarn is not a good match for the project.”
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Opposite of a mental or emotional conflict or struggle
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Opposite of the state of being fatigued or exhausted
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Opposite of a class, group, or kind sharing certain characteristics or qualities
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Opposite of a very slight trace
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Opposite of a significantly difficult task or experience
“Life was a luxury for him now that he had finally made a success of himself.”
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Opposite of a category having attributes in common while differentiated from others by kind, type, or quality
“The debate concerning the unclassifiability of the essay film has continued over the years.”
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Opposite of a group of persons associated with a nation, class, or ethnic group
“The Balinese rarely drink large amounts of alcohol and so foreigners were easily the prime consumers.”
Noun
Opposite of someone or something that is annoying or frustrating
Noun
Opposite of a strained political or social state
“This enmity, however, had apparently expired in a renewal of friendliness between the two women.”
Noun
Opposite of a physical injury
“A book on eating yourself toward healthiness and away from heart disease sits brightly between two much thicker books on cocktail recipes and party snacks.”
Verb
Opposite of to (excessively) exert for a particular task, purpose or goal
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Opposite of to make an unusually great effort
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Opposite of to ooze, or pass slowly through pores or other small openings
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Opposite of to cause mental distress to
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Opposite of to pass through a pore, membrane or interstice
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Opposite of to move past someone or something with force
“Sarah had to wait until the crowd dispersed before she could proceed to take a photo with one of her idols.”
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Opposite of to embrace or hold someone or something tightly in one's arms
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Opposite of to give pain, affliction, or vexation to
“She then gave me a cute, shy little smile, completely unaware that her doing that alone was enough to mollify me.”
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Opposite of to ooze, or pass slowly through pores or other small openings
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Opposite of to injure or hurt by twisting a body part
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(usually of an object) Opposite of to physically strain, or to apply force as to cause strain
“My new shoes would gradually begin to give after several hours of being worn.”
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Opposite of to overexert oneself
“Corbin would revitalize himself through rest and relaxation.”
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Opposite of to cause concern or anxiety
“My spouse would always comfort me when I was feeling sad.”
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Opposite of to struggle tenaciously to achieve something
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Opposite of to load, or be loaded, heavily with
“Before Daly could disencumber himself of his weapons and costume, Helen entered the hall.”
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Opposite of to strive in pursuit of a goal
“I would idle rather than devoting time to learning Japanese, and therefore I never mastered it.”
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Opposite of to sieve or strain something by passing it through a filter
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Opposite of give a false or misleading account of the nature of
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