What is the opposite of struggle?

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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 engage in forceful or violent confrontations
“Chester would agree with Jesse that his car was gone.”
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Opposite of to engage in conflict
“The opposing forces would make peace and call an end to the long-drawn-out war.”
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Opposite of to rise in opposition
“William Wallace would inspire his fellow Scotsmen to never surrender to their oppressors.”
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Opposite of to engage in competition
“The teams had put aside their rivalries and would work together for a good cause.”
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Opposite of to act or proceed laboriously or clumsily
“The cyclists would breeze through the downhill sections of the race course.”
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(followed by for) Opposite of to look for or seek
“It took an enormous amount of effort to conceal the dwarf, but he was an important key in their plan for the takeover.”
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Opposite of to physically fight, especially in a rough or noisy way
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Opposite of to try to cope with
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Opposite of to struggle tenaciously to achieve something
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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 make twisting, squirming movements or contortions of the body
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Opposite of to be frugal or live economically
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Opposite of to make an effort
“Jack thought it was near impossible to climb the three-meter rope, and decided to bypass that obstacle.”
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Opposite of to move clumsily while regularly losing one's balance
“He got up, splashing the water on his neck to cool himself down, and continued to walk steadily along the banks of the little river.”
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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 great effort expended towards a particular goal or aim
“Rabid zeal can be just as bad for a country as excessive laziness.”
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Opposite of a forceful or violent confrontation
“Brick was in agreement with Ron Burgundy that he should lie low after things got out of hand with a trident.”
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Opposite of a conflict or war
“A settlement was reached between the two armies and peace was restored to the region.”
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Opposite of an opposition or mutiny
“The surrender of the protestors was instigated through the use of strong-arm tactics employed by the government.”
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Opposite of a contest or competition
“The event was a collaboration between several companies with the intent of raising awareness of important issues.”
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Opposite of effort or energy expended on work, a task, or a goal
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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 use of force or violence to oppose someone or something
“He suggested other NATO states could individually or as an alliance provide military support to help the country.”
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Opposite of a situation that is difficult or dangerous
“Unlike Marshal, who cussed everyone and everything, Deuce found fortune in his life and raised his face so the sun could shine upon him.”
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Opposite of a sustained campaign against an undesirable situation or activity
“The inaction against corruption within the aristocracy has earned widespread condemnation from the plebians.”
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Opposite of steady and concentrated effort, especially towards a goal
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Opposite of a vigorous campaign for political, social, or religious change
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Opposite of effort or exertion made to do something, especially when inconvenient
“Pulling that stunt was merely a cinch for him.”
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Opposite of a difficult task
“Adrian had taken a woodworking and carpentry course in high school, so this would be a breeze.”
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Opposite of trouble
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Opposite of an event causing great suffering, destruction, and distress
“The believers will find their own peace and prosperity not in seeking their own prosperity, but in seeking the prosperity of the city.”
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Opposite of a contest in which people or teams compete against each other in a particular sport
“The mystery room is a complicated puzzle that requires collaborative work to solve.”
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Opposite of the state of being difficult or bothersome
“Sarah managed to complete the challenging puzzle with ease.”
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