What is the opposite of suffer?

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Opposite of to feel deep sadness, distress or anguish
“Since his father's suffering makes him suffer empathetically, alleviating his father's pain will help alleviate his own pain.”
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Opposite of to become, or appear worse, in quality
“The noise has a much smaller peak to peak value and, hence, image quality should improve.”
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Opposite of to be afflicted by
“I generally avoid the effects of hayfever by making sure I keep the car clean by vacuuming regularly.”
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Opposite of to be subjected to
“A goal in the dying seconds would help the home team narrowly avoid a loss in the first game of the season.”
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(archaic) Opposite of to tolerate
“Ultimately the good king had to yield to her nagging insistence and granted her wish in order to put an end to the bother.”
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Opposite of to allow (someone) to do something
“Any protection agency or independent may attempt to prohibit others from imposing risky procedures, but not all such attempts will be successful.”
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Opposite of to experience or live through something
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Opposite of to feel intense sorrow or anguish
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Opposite of to resist or endure (something) successfully
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Opposite of to make happen or bring about
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(of something unpleasant) Opposite of to tolerate or submit to
“He would still be in denial of the fact that he would not get the promotion he desired.”
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(dated) Opposite of to feel or display deep distress
“You should celebrate your birthday with friends and family.”
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Opposite of to face something unpleasant with courage and fortitude
“We decided to escape the bad weather and call it a day.”
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Opposite of to suffer misfortune as a consequence of an action
“It's only for this special occasion that an exception has been made because we wanted to reward all of you for your hard work.”
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Opposite of to be patient with
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Opposite of to be blamed or punished for something, especially for the wrongful actions of another
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Opposite of to experience a challenging period in one's life
“Americans love success stories, especially tales of underdogs who overcome all odds to achieve success by their own efforts.”
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Opposite of endure
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(of a bodily part) Opposite of to suffer pain
“My wound eventually heal completely after a week.”
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Opposite of to observe or comply with
“One evening came when there were seven who dared to defy the order of the camp leader.”
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Opposite of to withstand the action or effect of
“Lovers of ease who refuse to have anything to do with spiritual science would be affected by his magic.”
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Opposite of to support the weight of
“The carriages will break under the weight of all that we're taking with us to Mount Vernon.”
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Opposite of to have an experience of
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Opposite of to allow to continue
“Could you stop what you are doing and help me resolve this issue?”
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