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What is the opposite of tied?

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Adjective
Opposite of full of knots, knotty
Adjective
Opposite of even
Adjective
Opposite of standing in relation or connection
Adjective
Opposite of lacking sufficient power or strength
Adjective
Opposite of having the same position or amount, especially scores in a contest
“It was an uneven game of tennis from start to finish, and the unseeded player never stood a chance.”
Adjective
Opposite of able to be related to something else
“There may be rhythms that extend over tens of millions of years and are, therefore, unrecognizable to us, except as single unconnectable and unexplainable events.”
Adjective
Opposite of serving, or causing something, to bind or fasten
Adjective
Opposite of denoting a relationship between two things
“These native peoples, including the Jivaro and the Waoroni, speak languages that are unrelated to Quechua.”
Adjective
Opposite of fixed or tied firmly in position
“The menu must have been placed in a precarious position because the sign moved to and fro as the men tried to make an order.”
Adjective
Opposite of being a staunch participant of
“The tenor of innumerable critical statements about Joyce is that he was indifferent to politics.”
Adjective
Opposite of not done by one's own volition
Adverb
Opposite of equally proportioned or distributed
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to attach or fasten together, usually with a string or cord
“Several families had to untie bikes from the backs of their cars before they could gain access to the boot.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to form into a knot or bow
“She'd unknot the ribbon and the heap would collapse over the table.”
Verb
(beat) Opposite of past tense for to achieve the same score or ranking as another competitor or team
“We were both competitive beasts, and we really just wanted to beat each other.”
Verb
(lost to) Opposite of past tense for to achieve the same score or ranking as another competitor or team
“They would lose to Washington the following week, but that would be their last loss for quite some time.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to correlate a subject, issue or event with another
“Marnell makes no effort to disassociate her drug use from her body-image obsession.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to impede or hinder the progress or movement of
“At this company, we are using proven principles and established platforms to assist the growth of businesses.”
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