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What is the opposite of time?

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Noun
Opposite of a period in history or the past
“I hope for peace and happiness in the future.”
Noun
Opposite of one's lifetime
“I will rest in peace in the afterlife when my time is over.”
Noun
Opposite of one's life at a younger age, usually referring to the prime of one's life
“Now, in my old age, I would rather play video games than sports due to my aging body.”
Noun
Opposite of a noteworthy experience or event
“Our holiday in the Florida Keys was a letdown due to the bad weather.”
Noun
Opposite of a rare opportunity
“He had waited for this moment all his life after having dealt with one adversity after another.”
Noun
Opposite of a consideration for or reasoning
“Josh treated the scrutiny with indifference and had no time to indulge in a war of words with the media.”
Noun
Opposite of a distinct period or era in history or one's life
Noun
Opposite of an occurrence, or something that happens
“As it turned out, it was nothing!”
Noun
Opposite of a particular point in events or time
Noun
Opposite of a person's fixed or allotted period of work
Noun
Opposite of the most active or successful period of a person's life or career
“The novel described the period of his decline, during which his dominance over the competition had waned.”
Noun
Opposite of an opportunity to achieve something
Noun
Opposite of an opportunity to do or achieve something
“The following studies cite an inopportunity to partake in sports as the reason for lower rates of participation in athletics by women.”
Noun
A continuous period of time
“The slump between New Year's Eve and Memorial Day is a long stretch with little to celebrate.”
Noun
Opposite of a continuous period of a particular situation or condition
“Following her membership in the group, her household experienced a brief spurt of economic improvement.”
Noun
Opposite of an obligation to do something that comes successively to each of a number of people
Noun
Opposite of the speed with which one walks, runs, or moves
“We walked with a slowness that characterized our lethargy at the time.”
Noun
Opposite of an exciting or noteworthy event, action or achievement
“He often spoke of his failure as an important learning experience from which he later benefited.”
Noun
Opposite of the state of being imprisoned
Noun
Opposite of the duration of a person's life
Noun
Opposite of a favorable circumstance or occasion
“The canceled conference was an inopportuneness that prevented us from meeting new people.”
Noun
Opposite of a short time or period
Noun
Opposite of a recurrent pattern formed by a series of sounds having a regular rise and fall in intensity
Noun
Opposite of a period or time free from engagement
“He couldn't get his head out of his work, and rarely did he spend quality time with his family.”
Noun
Opposite of the period during which an office or position is held
Verb
Opposite of to schedule an event or action
“We will have to cancel our meeting that was scheduled after our lunch break.”
Verb
Opposite of to designate a date earlier than the actual one
Verb
Opposite of to plan one's time
“If you have to cancel your booking, please do so at least 24 hours before the designated date.”
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