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What is the opposite of unqualified?

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Adjective
Opposite of not sufficiently competent, knowledgeable or experienced to do something
Adjective
Opposite of having no conditions or limitations
Adjective
Opposite of not described or elaborated upon
Adjective
Opposite of to a complete or absolute degree
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Opposite of to an absolute or complete degree
Adjective
Opposite of steadfast and resolute
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Opposite of rather direct or abrupt in speech or manner
Adjective
Opposite of constituting or referring to all of something
“Members of the public were only allowed to see an incomplete version of the official report.”
Adjective
Opposite of in a categorical, plain or absolute form
“Jonas has wasted our time by providing ambiguous responses to all of our questions.”
Adjective
Opposite of in a continued fashion, to an utter or complete degree, without relief
Adjective
Opposite of to an absolute degree
“She might have been an imperfect wife, but she was loyal and great with the kids.”
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Opposite of having unconditional and enthusiastic support
“There was some grudging applause at the final curtain, but I got the feeling it was more for the sake of form, rather than actual enjoyment.”
Adjective
Opposite of to an absolute degree
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Opposite of not formally taught or trained
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Opposite of conclusive or definitive
“She has given us an extremely vague description of the perpetrator, therefore, we cannot press charges.”
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Opposite of blunt or forthright in speech or expression
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Opposite of to an absolute degree
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Opposite of forthright, direct or candid in nature
“When pressed on his whereabouts on the night of the transgression, Josh gave a vague and indirect response.”
Adjective
(somewhat rare) Opposite of highest in degree
“Some of the matters to which I have referred on their own might seem inconsequential or of minor importance only.”
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Opposite of devoted completely to one object
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Opposite of in the early part of growth or life
“The teenager gave up his seat for the old man on the bus.”
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Opposite of of the greatest possible degree or amount
“He had resided in that part of the island where he had the least opportunity of acquiring any knowledge of the import.”
Adjective
(of a statement) Opposite of taking no account of particular cases or exceptions
Adjective
Opposite of having no specialty or particular purpose
“Bryan Mills has a particular set of skills that makes him a nightmare for the likes of those who have kidnapped his daughter.”
Adjective
Opposite of to an absolute degree
“The detectives had limited authority to execute a search without a legal warrant.”
Adjective
Opposite of fake, especially a person in the medical profession
“I would advise you to see a real specialist and stop getting advice from people on the internet.”
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Opposite of not limited or restricted
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Opposite of not admissible, especially as evidence or as an argument
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Opposite of in accordance with the truth, facts or standards
“Whispers and false rumors were being circulated about his new relationship.”
Adjective
Opposite of real or genuine, in accordance with the truth, facts or standards
“The illusory aim of this form of government is the equal distribution of wealth to its people.”
Adjective
(informal, intensifier) Opposite of extreme or absolute in degree
“It was a disappointing and sub-standard performance by the tennis player.”
Adjective
Opposite of characterized by extreme force, degree, or strength
“Peta gave Josh a mild push on the back to keep the queue moving along.”
Adjective
Opposite of implicit
Adjective
Opposite of never wavering
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to prepare (someone) for a situation, typically by supplying them with relevant information
“It seems to me that you are taking the very course to unprepare me, if I understand such things.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to make plans or preparations for
“My parents rarely fostered my ambitions and did much to unprepare me for the real world.”
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Opposite of past tense for to make competent or ready
“The point to remember is that whenever we prepare minds for war, we unprepare them for life.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to bestow legal or official authority to
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