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What is the opposite of treasure?

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Noun
Opposite of a quantity valuable objects such as precious metals, gems or currency
Noun
Opposite of a person or thing regarded as precious or special
Noun
Opposite of something or someone that is considered special, valuable or rare
Noun
Opposite of a valuable asset that is a source of pride
“Now I just feel like a thumping huge disappointment to myself.”
Noun
Opposite of a person or thing viewed as a model of excellence
Noun
Opposite of material wealth
Noun
Opposite of a much-loved person, especially a significant other
Noun
Opposite of a source of pride to someone or a group
“Some Tanamoshi members did not fulfill their commitment and then became a disgrace to the community when they left their community after getting some money.”
Noun
Opposite of a discovery
“The theft of the crown artifact was a loss of epic proportions to the museum.”
Noun
Opposite of something rare, uncommon or unusual, especially one having particular value
Noun
Opposite of something, typically a job, considered to be highly desirable
Noun
Opposite of an asset that brings praise or renown to a group
“Calloway played so badly that his coach called him a disgrace to the sport of football.”
Noun
Opposite of a relic or artifact of ancient times
Noun
Opposite of a person or thing that is very popular or held in high regard
“Birds are just not my thing, and I consider them to be a personal hate of mine.”
Noun
Opposite of the best or most ideal of its kind
Noun
Opposite of an advantage, asset or useful addition
Noun
Opposite of a feeling of great pleasure and happiness
“For such people, summer is congruous with added misery courtesy of the frequent power failures and water shortages.”
Noun
Opposite of a person of exemplary conduct or virtue
“Only a fiend could be capable of something so heinous.”
Noun
Opposite of individuals or objects carefully selected as being the best of a class
“The prison island is filled with the dregs of society.”
Verb
Opposite of to hold (something) dear
Verb
Opposite of to recognize something as valuable
“It is often easy to dismiss issues that do not affect us as being unimportant.”
Verb
Opposite of to be grateful for something
“This is not to disparage the editor and her magazine. However, I cannot envisage a day when such a read would hold even a scrap of appeal.”
Verb
Opposite of to pack or store (an object) carefully and neatly in a particular place
Verb
Opposite of save, store up
Verb
Opposite of to have deep love or admiration for
Verb
Opposite of to have great affection for
“Sally did loathe working with her manager and her toxic workplace, eventually seeking opportunities in greener pastures.”
Verb
Opposite of to store or set aside for future use
“If you continue to waste your points, you will have no credits left on your rewards card.”
Verb
Opposite of to collect, acquire or store an increasing number or quantity of
“We need to distribute leaflets, write letters, send faxes, talk to people, get the message across, and change opinions.”
Verb
Opposite of to keep in one's mind
“You need to forget her if you want to move forward with your life.”
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