What is the opposite of trouble?

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Noun
Opposite of a distressing or dangerous situation
“He felt calm in the safety of the sanctuary.”
Noun
Opposite of the state of being difficult or bothersome
“Sarah managed to complete the challenging puzzle with ease.”
Noun
Opposite of effort or exertion made to do something, especially when inconvenient
“Pulling that stunt was merely a cinch for him.”
Noun
Opposite of a source of bother or irritation
“I take great pleasure in providing support when you need it.”
Noun
Opposite of a particular aspect of something regarded as unsatisfactory or as a source of difficulty
“I regard your confident nature as a positive.”
Noun
Opposite of a state of unrest or disorder, usually between opposing factions
“The two leaders met amicably to discuss options for peace in the region.”
Noun
Opposite of a cause of distress, disturbance, or pain
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“She lives with the comfort of knowing that she is set up for life.”
Noun
Opposite of a failure or breakdown in operation or function
“Regular maintenance would ensure that continuous engine operation was not disrupted.”
Noun
Opposite of a particular matter of concern
“We understood what the problem was and quickly implemented a solution.”
Noun
Opposite of an abnormal state that disrupts normal physiological functions
“The doctor was surprised at my health despite my lack of exercise.”
Noun
(count noun) Opposite of a feeling of worry or anxiety
“Despite the results not falling her way, there was a sense of carefreeness about her, and she was convinced that everything would still be ok.”
Noun
Opposite of a risk of loss, harm, or failure
Noun
Opposite of an illness that disrupts normal physical or mental functions
Noun
Opposite of hard or exhausting work or effort
Noun
(count noun) Opposite of something which prevents a being from experiencing happiness or good in their lives, or inflicting harm
“There is still so much good in this world that is worth fighting for.”
Noun
Opposite of effort or energy expended on work, a task, or a goal
Noun
Opposite of energy or effort expended towards an endeavor
“The inferiority might be the result of feebleness and of want of activity of the mind.”
Noun
Opposite of the worst possible outcome or an extremely bad situation
Verb
Opposite of to cause distress or anxiety to
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“He would often meditate to calm his nerves before a game.”
Verb
Opposite of to cause someone inconvenience
“I'm happy to oblige your request for a reference.”
Verb
Opposite of to put in the effort required to do something
“I would avoid buying property in a declining market.”
Verb
Opposite of to be afflicted or incapacitated by
“Peter had to reassure and remind himself that he had the confidence to deliver on the big stage.”
Verb
Opposite of to harass, annoy, or cause trouble to (someone)
Verb
Opposite of to traumatize or cause distress to
Verb
Opposite of to afflict, or be afflicted with, a misfortune or something undesirable
“The shield held six magical tokens from his first Quest in Avantia that would bless him with powers over the Good Beasts.”
Verb
(usually of a disease or condition) Opposite of to affect adversely
“Eating a healthy and balanced meal will help to protect against all forms of malnutrition.”
Adjective
Opposite of having, posing or being a source of a problem (or problems)
“This country has been a safe haven for many refugees and exiles.”
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