What is the opposite of tip?

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Noun
Opposite of the top or highest point of a hill, mountain or structure
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Opposite of a sum of money given to someone as a reward for a service
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Opposite of information about a subject, typically only known to a select few
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Opposite of a slight or indirect indication or suggestion
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Opposite of a reward, service, or payment provided freely, without obligation
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Opposite of a piece of information that may help in an investigation
“Unfortunately, we are unable to identify the chocolate chip cookie thief because the only information we have is a dead end.”
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Opposite of the top or highest point of an object, structure or land mass
“Pickering stood at the base of the structure, rubbing his aching shoulders as he gazed up at Finlay.”
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Opposite of a sum as a percentage of sales paid to an agent in a commercial transaction
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Opposite of a statement of what will happen in the future
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Opposite of the furthest or most extreme point or limit of something
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Opposite of the tip or furthermost part of something
“Given a circle, the apothem is the perpendicular distance from the midpoint of a chord to the circle's center.”
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Opposite of a useful piece of information or advice
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Opposite of a site at which refuse is buried under layers of earth
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Opposite of something given to someone
“The person likely doesn't know that their gift was a reject.”
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Opposite of the act of endorsing something, usually by being complimentary
“He studied divinity, and only the dissuasion from friends kept him from entering the ministry.”
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Opposite of the summit of a hill or pass
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Opposite of anything that serves to remind
“Maybe she'd be able to offer enough of a distraction to help me forget about my problems.”
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Opposite of a reactionary response to a product, service, or task
“The nonresponse we have received so far has been rather concerning.”
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Opposite of a dirty, messy or generally unpleasant place
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Opposite of an instance or act of warning of risk or danger
“Cormoran was skeptical of tarot readers and believed them to be purveyors of false hopes and disinformation.”
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Opposite of advance notice of something
“While we were in the departure lounge of Sky Harbor airport, they announced a delay while they waited for the Oakland airport to give them the clearance to depart.”
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Opposite of information that is available only to a select few
“This being a small town, the community is awash with rumor, secrets, and hearsay often tinged with a touch of mysticism.”
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Opposite of the thicker end of something, especially a tool or a weapon
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Opposite of a payment or reward
“She has a serious debt to pay due to her extravagant lifestyle.”
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Opposite of an unpleasant, messy or dirty place
“This place is a palace, serviced by multiple maids, gardeners, and pool attendants.”
Verb
Opposite of to fall or turn over, or to cause to do so
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Opposite of to be or cause to be in a sloping position
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Opposite of to cause (the contents of a container) to be emptied out by holding it at an angle
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Opposite of to advise or give inside information
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Opposite of to lean or bend at an angle
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Opposite of to warn in advance
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Opposite of to fall down, especially after losing one's balance
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Opposite of to recompense or award someone in return for something done or given
“To punish me for my contempt of authority, Fate has made me an authority myself.”
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Opposite of to advise as the best course or choice
“The program is designed to dissuade young people from starting with illicit drugs.”
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Opposite of to spill or splash over or into something
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Opposite of to tell about in advance
“We come to realize that the criterion of simplicity is also at work when we retrodict as well as when we predict.”
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Opposite of to inform someone in advance of a possible danger or problem
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Opposite of to pay (someone) for services rendered or work done
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Opposite of to move or fall (at an angle) to a lower level, pitch, etc.
“They marked the border of the highlands and as if to underline this, the road began gradually to incline upwards.”
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Opposite of to give (someone) money that is due for work done, goods received, or a debt incurred
“In a brutal rejection of the insurance chief's leadership, 59% of investors decided to repudiate his pay package.”
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Opposite of to provide notice of a potential or current danger or risk
“They told him to keep quiet and not alert the police, otherwise, they would put a bullet in him.”
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