What is the opposite of witness?

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Noun
Opposite of a person who sees an event, typically a crime or accident, take place
Noun
Opposite of attestation or testimony of a fact or event
Noun
Opposite of evidence or argument establishing a fact or the truth of a statement
Noun
Opposite of matter produced before a court of law in an attempt to prove or disprove a point in issue
“De Lima said the presentation of evidence against the 63 accused has already been finished, and it was now the turn of the defense to present their rebuttal.”
Noun
Opposite of one who is present at a specific event
Noun
Opposite of evidence on which to base an opinion or belief on
“It turns out Risaku's mere hunch became reality and an assassin stood there, loitering in the doorway.”
Verb
Opposite of to see, be present at, or know at first hand
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Opposite of to be a sign or proof of (something)
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Opposite of to see or notice
“How did you miss that? It was the single best shot ever made!”
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Opposite of to experience or live through something
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Opposite of to be aware
“Despite the warning signs, he chose to ignore them and proceed past the barrier.”
Verb
Opposite of to go through an experience
“He managed to avoid hard work because he would always delegate it to others.”
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Opposite of to experience a challenging period in one's life
“Americans love success stories, especially tales of underdogs who overcome all odds to achieve success by their own efforts.”
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Opposite of to sign one's initial(s), as an abbreviated signature
“You cannot unsign the document after lodging it into the system.”
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Opposite of to see with the eyes
“I can't believe that anyone would allow these conditions to exist or miss such clutter and filth.”
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Opposite of to have an experience of
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Opposite of to experience or live through something
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Opposite of to be a spectator of
“If you go to bed early tonight, you will miss the lunar eclipse.”
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Opposite of to gaze at steadily in a particular way
“She would disregard him when he attempted to buy her a drink.”
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