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What is the opposite of affected?

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Adjective
Opposite of unnatural or artificial in one's mannerisms or behavior
Adjective
Opposite of hurt emotionally
Adjective
Opposite of having affection or warm regard for
Adjective
(natural) Opposite of exaggerated and excessively dramatic
Adjective
(undramatic) Opposite of exaggerated and excessively dramatic
“Jess auditioned for the part of Dorothy, but the producer said that she was as unnatural and undramatic an actor that he had ever come across.”
Adjective
Opposite of having an especially high opinion of oneself, usually with contempt for others
“His attitude was too humble, and the tone of his voice too supplicatory to be resisted.”
Adjective
Opposite of involving the use of exaggerated or flowery writing or language
Adjective
Opposite of having or arousing feelings of tenderness, sadness, or nostalgia, typically in an exaggerated and self-indulgent way
Adjective
Opposite of deeply moved emotionally
Adjective
(of a manner or identity) Opposite of used in a manner intended to deceive
“When the recipient tries to unsubscribe, the spammer discovers that the recipient's e-mail address is valid and active.”
Adjective
Opposite of unnatural, artificially contrived or forced
Adjective
Opposite of awkward or not natural in nature or execution
Adjective
Opposite of tending to ask questions or to investigate, typically for information or knowledge
“Tom wasn't accustomed to detail and became apathetic to what his coach had to say.”
Adjective
(keen on) Opposite of having an attraction to
“I have a deep physical attraction towards Boris, but I'm completely indifferent to his personality.”
Adjective
Opposite of overwhelmed with emotion
“He appeared to be largely unaffected by the tragic news of his mother's death.”
Adjective
Opposite of piously self-assured and smugly moralistic
Adjective
Opposite of that has been described as greater or better than it actually is
Adjective
Opposite of involved in a given matter
“Anyone uninvolved in the daily operation of community-supported agriculture is likely to underestimate the number of resources needed to make it function smoothly.”
Adjective
Opposite of characterized, or marked, by much busy (or stressful) activity
“As a normal, relaxed, and laid back person, I find the whole phenomenon just really odd.”
Adjective
(of a person) Opposite of strictly conventional in one's manner or behavior
“She was elegant and bookish, while he was casual and endearingly laid-back.”
Adjective
Opposite of showing some kind of connection or relation to a common interest
“For uninvolved groups, there will be no privileges granted.”
Adjective
(of a quality or result) Opposite of achieved or maintained by careful and deliberate effort
Adjective
Opposite of insecure with oneself
Adjective
Opposite of in a state of nervous excitement or anxiety
Adjective
Opposite of graceful and stylish in appearance
“Cal snorted in an extremely unladylike and inelegant way before she spoke to her girlfriend.”
Adjective
Opposite of having concern for one's own welfare and interests before those of others
Adjective
Opposite of involved in a given action or situation
Adjective
Opposite of exhibiting behavior or mannerisms considered unmasculine
“His presence and air had the appearance of frankness, ingenuousness, and manly confidence.”
Adjective
Opposite of experiencing or marked by overwhelming happiness or joyful excitement
Verb
Opposite of to have determined or dictated
“There were several factors that hindered my ability to complete the task.”
Verb
Opposite of to have caused or brought about through action
“The competence of our engineers prevented an engine failure.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to influence, usually emotionally
“You almost have to desensitize yourself to the madness just to stay sane.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to make a false show or pretense of
“He tries hard to fulfill duties that represent honesty and kindness.”
Verb
(somewhat rare) Opposite of past tense for to be a regular patron or visitor of
“Grey Worm would openly shun the attention given to him by Missandei, though deep down he desired her.”
Verb
(rare) Opposite of past tense for to have an attraction to or feel affection for someone
“I despise that woman who so vehemently defended my close friend's tormentor.”
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