What is the opposite of wound?

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Noun
Opposite of an injury to a person's feelings or reputation
Noun
Opposite of a mark, typically from physical trauma or damage
Noun
Opposite of a long, deep cut or wound
Noun
Opposite of a physical injury
“A book on eating yourself toward healthiness and away from heart disease sits brightly between two much thicker books on cocktail recipes and party snacks.”
Noun
Opposite of physical injury
Verb
Opposite of to injure, damage, or inflict a wound on
Verb
Opposite of to cause to feel hurt, upset, or resentful
Verb
Opposite of to speak to or treat with disrespect or scornful abuse
“I just wanted to compliment Bill on speaking his mind, because I'm sure he gets a lot of flack and criticism for doing this.”
Verb
Opposite of to cause to feel upset, annoyed, or resentful
“The website contains enough hard facts to appease the historians, and leaves enough questions to enthrall the mystery lovers.”
Verb
Opposite of to traumatize or cause distress to
Verb
Opposite of to mistreat or do an injustice to
“The virtuous thing to do is to right your wrongs.”
Verb
Opposite of to hurt someone's feelings, or to have one's feelings hurt
“She would always be the one to laugh and uplift her friends.”
Verb
Opposite of to be detrimental to
“Some skeptics have surprisingly suggested that global warming could actually benefit society and the economy.”
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Opposite of to cause damage to
“Villagers have launched an appeal to repair a war memorial destroyed by louts on New Year's Eve.”
Verb
Opposite of to penetrate or make a hole in
“The needle would leave my skin, and the doctor would place a gauze over the small prick wound.”
Verb
Opposite of to disturb mentally or emotionally
“Chloe had to calm herself before she went on stage to perform in front of the judges.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to move in or take a twisting or spiral course
“The road straightens into a wide main street, lined with shops piled high with furniture and second-hand fridges.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to pass (something) round a thing or person so as to encircle or enfold
“If it does sink between the threads, the hitch is likely to get tangled and make it very difficult to unwind the thread.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to repeatedly twist or coil (a length of something) round itself or a core
“She helped me to unravel the wool scarf I'd wrapped around my head, fussing with it when it caught on the wings of my dragonfly hairpin.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to insert or introduce in a stealthy way
“At emotional moments, the phrases would ebb and flow, enter and exit his consciousness, and sometimes reveal his true thoughts.”
Adjective
Opposite of having been coiled or curled
Adjective
Opposite of made, growing, or arranged in curls or curves
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