What is the opposite of waste?

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Noun
Opposite of unwanted or unusable material, substances, or by-products
“Clean air is a valuable natural resource that needs to be protected.”
Noun
Opposite of an act or instance of using or expending something carelessly, extravagantly, or to no purpose
“As our work amply demonstrates, energy efficiency and microgeneration can be successfully incorporated into old and new buildings alike.”
Noun
Opposite of a large area of barren, typically uninhabited land
“Depending on its location, residential development can cater to a broader market than a commercial property.”
Noun
Opposite of the gradual destruction or diminution of something
“You may need to clean the pipe twice if there is a heavy buildup of dirt, grease or grime.”
Noun
Opposite of the rejected or waste parts of a butchered animal
Noun
Opposite of rubbish or waste, especially domestic refuse
Noun
Opposite of matter thrown away or rejected as worthless; rubbish
“We cannot stress this enough, but please store your valuables in a safe place.”
Noun
Opposite of a waterless, desolate area of land with little or no vegetation, typically one covered with sand
Noun
Opposite of people or things that have been rejected or discarded as worthless
Noun
Opposite of widespread destruction
Noun
Opposite of things that have been left as worthless
Noun
Opposite of the wrong or improper use of something
Noun
Opposite of the state of being dilapidated, reduced to decay, partially ruined
Noun
Opposite of the quality of being vacuous
Noun
Opposite of aloneness
Noun
Opposite of the extent or measurement of something from end to end
Verb
Opposite of to use or expend carelessly, extravagantly, or to no purpose
“Their self-possession allowed them to conserve air and wait for the rescue operation.”
Verb
(of a person or a part of the body) Opposite of to become progressively weaker and more emaciated
“If you stick with it, you'll be amazed at how you will grow and thrive over time.”
Verb
Opposite of to physically debilitate or weaken
“Weight training has proven to be the quickest way to develop muscle strength, endurance, and power.”
Verb
Opposite of to kill or severely injure (someone)
“She thanked him over and over again for putting himself in danger to save her.”
Verb
Opposite of to completely destroy or devastate
“The southern shipbuilders needed time to construct warships and ordnance.”
Verb
Opposite of to go into decline
“The results of your blood tests show that your health is starting to improve.”
Verb
Opposite of to cause the death of
“So if they resurrect any more dead characters remember where you heard it first.”
Verb
(of time or an opportunity) Opposite of to fail to take advantage of
“Be sure to take this opportunity that only comes around once in a lifetime.”
Verb
Opposite of to cease to have or retain something
“Over the course of several years, Stacey would accumulate a lot of money through some very prudent investments.”
Adjective
(of a material, substance, or by-product) Opposite of rejected as being useless, unwanted, or worthless
“Adequate calcium intake is an indispensable component of a healthy diet.”
Adjective
(of an area of land) Opposite of unsuitable for, or inconducive to, growing crops or vegetation
“The farmers need more fertile land to grow food and fodder for their livestock.”
Adjective
Opposite of rejected
Adjective
Opposite of unsuitable for, or inconducive to, growing crops or vegetation
“These fertile fields have produced a rich harvest, which made survival in the winter much less daunting.”
Adjective
Opposite of abandoned, or left unused or unoccupied
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