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What is the opposite of assure?

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Opposite of to give (someone) confidence in the trustworthiness of (something)
Opposite of to make sure or certain of
Opposite of to guarantee or promise (to do something)
Opposite of to promise or make a guarantee to do something
Opposite of to protect or cover against loss or damage
Opposite of to give (someone) confidence in the trustworthiness of (something)
“You have every right to dissuade me against marrying Fay, but no one will stand in my way.”
Opposite of to officially affirm or guarantee
Opposite of to assure someone that an event or action will definitely take place
“I do not believe that you would ever break your promise to always be faithful.”
Opposite of to promise or make certain of a given outcome
“I cannot believe that you would break your promise to spend the rest of your life with me.”
Opposite of to make a pledge or guarantee
“The contract will repudiate that any damages will be compensated for.”
Opposite of to drive spiritually or urge someone on
“I wouldn't want to discourage them, but I would urge caution and some sensible risk assessment.”
Opposite of to make a promise
“In the truck, Mardukas accuses Walsh of deceiving him first.”
Opposite of to provide a legal assurance of something
“Globalization and impersonal market forces threaten the rights of those who do have them and imperil the chances that others will secure them.”
Opposite of to ensure that something happens
Disregard that you may have left behind any frivolous items.”
Opposite of to make a guarantee on a condition
“The life insurer was forced last week to renege on its pledge.”
Opposite of to provide encouragement to
Opposite of to receive, usually as return for effort
“If a child takes unfair advantage of the system by accessing an unearned reward, they forfeit all privileges.”
Opposite of to perform an act that ensures success or victory
“Tim had a chance to ice the game in the dying seconds, but he would flub his shot.”
Opposite of to ensure or verify
“Because she has helped us before, it would be logical to assume that she will help us again.”
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