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Noun
Opposite of a blow with the fist
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Opposite of a hard or repeated hit or strike
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Opposite of a hard strike or hit
“The master was able to knock each of these men to the ground with a touch of his finger.”
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Opposite of a loud, deep, resonant sound
“Living in an atmosphere as near noise-free as any on earth, they could hear a soft murmur across a clearing the size of a football field.”
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Opposite of an attempt or effort to achieve something
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Opposite of a sum as a percentage of sales paid to an agent in a commercial transaction
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Opposite of a strike with a part of the body or an instrument
“To avoid conflict, give them a wave with your hand and walk away.”
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Opposite of an instance of striking or being struck
“That was a fortunate miss for him, having evaded the oncoming vehicle by a matter of inches.”
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Opposite of good form, order or condition
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Opposite of a short, straight punch
“He executed a perfect parry on his opponent's uppercut, and then was able to go on the offensive.”
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Opposite of reverse solidus
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Opposite of an act of pushing someone or something in order to move them away from oneself
“She gave him a tug to indicate that she wanted his attention, but he refused to draw his eyes away from the game unfolding on the television.”
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Opposite of a percentage of an amount of money taken by a third-party as a bribe, as part of an unlawful enterprise, or as a commission from the pot of a casino game
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Opposite of a small part or portion of an object or of material
Noun
Opposite of an increase in wealth or resources
“Financial loss is inevitable if one is not prudent with their spendings.”
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Opposite of an attempt to do something
Verb
Opposite of to strike or hit heavily, and sometimes repeatedly
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Opposite of to hit or strike, often with one's hand
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Opposite of to hit or strike someone or something
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Opposite of to strike with a sharp, often slanting, blow
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Opposite of to hit or strike someone or something
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Opposite of to kill off or put an end to someone or something
“The Vikings were in good spirits, becoming well disposed to Bagnold, and decided to spare him instead of killing him.”
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Opposite of to strike, especially with force
“Jobe was terrible at shooting games because he would completely miss most of his targets.”
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Opposite of to cause to become physically weaker
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Opposite of to physically attack
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Opposite of to strike physically or violently
“Aaron moves first, throwing a flurry of punches that I easily defend.”
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Opposite of to cause the death of
“So if they resurrect any more dead characters remember where you heard it first.”
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Opposite of to kill or cause the death of
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Opposite of to comprehensively defeat
“Nigel started strongly, but he would eventually lose to his bigger and stronger opponent.”
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Opposite of to kill or cause the death of
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Opposite of to direct something with great force
“He would guide his daughter gently and carefully into place as she slept.”
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