What is the opposite of stream?

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Noun
Opposite of a large number of things that happen or come one after the other
Noun
Opposite of a group of people assembled together in a disorganized manner
“It can only be described as an utter failure that only one individual turned up to the show.”
Noun
Opposite of a steady, continuous stream or supply of something
Noun
Opposite of a large amount of money, liquid, or people that moves or is transferred out of a place
Noun
Opposite of a sudden occurrence of or increase in a phenomenon, feeling, or emotion
Noun
Opposite of a ray or shaft of light
Noun
Opposite of an overwhelming number of questions, criticisms, complaints, etc. delivered simultaneously or in rapid succession
Noun
Opposite of a number of similar or related events, objects, or people coming one after another
Noun
Opposite of a sudden powerful forward or upward movement, especially by a crowd or by a natural force such as the tide
Noun
Opposite of a sudden gushing stream
Noun
(figuratively) Opposite of a plentiful source of supply
“The young boy had turned into a fearless leader, the undeniable consequence of his infinite vision and ambition.”
Noun
Opposite of a large, densely packed crowd of people or animals
Noun
(in cooking) Opposite of a thin stream of a liquid ingredient trickled over food
Noun
Opposite of the general tendency or course of events or opinion
“His rhetoric is the antithesis of what our movement is about.”
Noun
Opposite of a body of water moving in a definite direction
“One problem that could occur would be the backflow of water into the system.”
Noun
Opposite of a slow-moving, often stagnant creek or river
Noun
Opposite of something not liquid or solid
Noun
Opposite of a continuous spell of a particular situation or condition
Verb
Opposite of to move or proceed smoothly and readily
Verb
Opposite of to float freely or with a waving motion
Verb
Opposite of to move in a stream
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Opposite of rush, usually in liquid form
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Opposite of to move (quickly) without obstruction
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(usually of a liquid) Opposite of to rise up, to spill over, or to be on the verge of spilling over
“His tears began to ebb once he had gotten over the overwhelming emotion of landing his dream job.”
Verb
Opposite of move somewhere in large numbers
Verb
Opposite of be carried, driven, or moved by the wind or an air current
Verb
Opposite of move in a twisting or spiralling pattern
Verb
Opposite of to fall or let fall in or as if in drops
Verb
Opposite of seep, discharge liquid
Verb
Opposite of to move across or through a given point
“We would have to stop at the crossing in order for the children to safely walk across to their school.”
Verb
Opposite of to throw or give off
“This machine is so powerful that it can suck up dirt you never even knew existed.”
Verb
Opposite of to pack or fill very tightly
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Opposite of lie on the surface
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Opposite of pass on, transmit
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Opposite of to place on an elevated point without support from below
Verb
Opposite of make electronic transfer
Types Of
Opposite of types of bodies of freshwater
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