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What is the opposite of take-in?

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Noun
Opposite of an act of deception or trickery
Verb
Opposite of to look at closely or with interest
Verb
Opposite of to comprehend what someone is saying
“Because he was speaking incoherently, it was easy to misconstrue what he was saying.”
Verb
Opposite of to deceive or fool someone
Verb
Opposite of to direct one's gaze
“Trying to remain inconspicuous, she would avert any passersby as she walked through the city.”
Verb
(undeceive) Opposite of to deceive or fool someone
“Well, it was pretty trying, but Davies strove to explain and to undeceive.”
Verb
(undeceive) Opposite of to deceive or fool someone
Verb
Opposite of to provide with shelter or accommodation
“Police have previously been accused of standing by or supporting the land invasions and ignoring court orders to evict the squatters.”
Verb
Opposite of to understand by thinking carefully about
Verb
(of food, drink or drugs) Opposite of to consume
“You should abstain from unhealthy foods if you want to lose weight.”
Verb
Opposite of to acquire new information or skill
“I hope that others can assemble the jagged rhythms of my stories to unlearn common misperceptions about vernacular English.”
Verb
Opposite of to insert or introduce
Verb
Opposite of to physically assimilate or take, especially a liquid
“The leaves are larger and more elliptical than hemp dogbane and all plant parts exude a milky substance when broken.”
Verb
Opposite of to assimilate into a body, structure or system
Verb
Opposite of to admit or welcome into a place or a group
“MENSA would snub Frank as a member because he did not meet their intellectual requirements.”
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