What is the opposite of warrant?

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Noun
Opposite of a legal document authorizing actions or conduct related to the administration of justice
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Opposite of a right or privilege exclusive to a particular individual or class
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Opposite of a morally acceptable explanation for behavior, or for a belief or occurrence
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Opposite of the action or fact of becoming qualified as a recognized practitioner of a profession or activity
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Opposite of a cause, explanation, or justification for an action or event
“The saving of animals in distress was the consequence of her activism.”
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Opposite of evidence or proof
“The inevidence is in itself suggestive of the defendant's innocence.”
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Opposite of an assurance of a particular outcome, or that certain conditions will be fulfilled
“Israel's contract was terminated due to a breach outlining his use of social media to express his controversial religious beliefs.”
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Opposite of the power to decide or allow something
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Opposite of an authoritative command or instruction
“Joe had been given the liberty to carry out his own brand of justice by a mysterious agency.”
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Opposite of to officially affirm or guarantee
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Opposite of to merit or be a justification for
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Opposite of to accept as satisfactory or conforming to the required standards or rules
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Opposite of to require as a necessity
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Opposite of to give formal consent to
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Opposite of to inaugurate into an office or an organization, especially ceremonially
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Opposite of to make or declare legally valid
“Having your will reviewed by a good attorney will guard you against loopholes in the document that could invalidate the will in your state.”
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Opposite of to give an official acceptance to something as being satisfactory
“Sarah is likely to decline the offer for an interview as she is content with her current job.”
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Opposite of to tolerate or allow (something that is generally frowned on)
“Another tactic, which I abhor, was to use pepper, chili or anything to irritate the hounds' noses.”
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Opposite of to require something to be brought about
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Opposite of to protect or cover against loss or damage
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Opposite of to be entitled to
“Cheaters are deemed to be unworthy of accolades and rewards.”
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Opposite of to support, justify, or make an excuse for a (perceived) misdeed
“He is fair and honest in all his inquiries and deliberations, ready to own his mistakes, and thankful for every help to discover them.”
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Opposite of to assure someone that an event or action will definitely take place
“I do not believe that you would ever break your promise to always be faithful.”
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Opposite of to promise or make certain of a given outcome
“I cannot believe that you would break your promise to spend the rest of your life with me.”
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Opposite of to state a fact or belief confidently and forcefully
“Some theorists speculate that the universe will end in a big crunch when everything collapses in on itself.”
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Opposite of to involve (something) as a necessary or inevitable part
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Opposite of to make, pronounce or show to be legitimate
“I am beyond disappointed that she would use her platform with thousands of followers to mock and illegitimize an entire community of people.”
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Opposite of to provide an acceptable explanation for
“He knew that his remaining years would be spent in prison, and it was in some way to atone for his transgressions.”
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