What is the opposite of supported?

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Opposite for simple past tense for to assist by contributing
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Opposite for simple past tense for to approbate or endorse
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Opposite for simple past tense for to strengthen or stabilize
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Opposite for simple past tense for to provide care; to help or encourage
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Opposite for simple past tense for to substantiate or verify; to vindicate
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(archaic) Opposite for simple past tense for to endure or tolerate
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Opposite for past participle for to assist by contributing
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Opposite for past participle for to approbate or endorse
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Opposite for past participle for to strengthen or stabilize
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Opposite for past participle for to provide care; to help or encourage
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Opposite for past participle for to substantiate or verify; to vindicate
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(archaic) Opposite for past participle for to endure or tolerate
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(allowed for) Opposite for to have accommodated or made provisions for
“In a brutal but unsurprising twist, the head manager disregarded the community's objections and proceeded with construction.”
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Opposite for to have provided assistance to someone or something
“Her friends unintentionally impeded her recovery from illness by partying with her.”
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Opposite for to have made a living for the benefit of others
“The dead-beat father regularly neglected his family and children.”
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Opposite for flanked by endorses
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Opposite for advised or suggested as good or suitable
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Opposite for to have proven or demonstrated
“Thus far, we have only theorized that the two elements will form a combustible compound when amalgamated.”
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Opposite for heartened
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Opposite for to have established a fact to be true
“Recent statistics have disproved that unemployment has fallen to record lows.”
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Opposite for to have demonstrated to be true based on facts
“Steven's defense disproved the evidence brought forward by the prosecutors.”
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Opposite for having received approval
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Opposite for held continuously at a certain level
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Opposite for having proved its value or truth
Adverb
Opposite for toward or at a point lying in advance in space or time
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