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What is the opposite of blunder?

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Noun
Opposite of a stupid or careless mistake
Noun
Opposite of something said or done that is socially upsetting or incorrect
Noun
(order) Opposite of a mistake, typically unintentional
Noun
(success) Opposite of a mistake, typically unintentional
“As we blast off from Earth, we look out the rocket's rear-facing window and telescopically observe the people near the launch pad who are applauding the success of the liftoff.”
Noun
Opposite of an act or judgment that is misguided or wrong
“He made his fortune through astuteness and good decision making with his investments.”
Noun
Opposite of a mistake or error, typically unintended or serious
Noun
Opposite of an accident, mistake, or problem
Noun
Opposite of indecorous behavior, or the state of being indecorous
Noun
Opposite of the condition of being indelicate
Noun
Opposite of an act or judgment that is misguided or wrong
“There are too many minor mistakes, which need correction before a paperback edition.”
Noun
Opposite of a failure to hit, catch, reach or achieve something
“The movie was a hit at the box office!”
Noun
Opposite of a person or thing that causes disappointment
“Despite the unexpected storm, the celebrations turned out to be a success.”
Noun
Opposite of a lack of success
“The success of her business allows her to travel overseas frequently.”
Verb
Opposite of to err or make a mistake, especially one that is careless or clumsy
Verb
Opposite of to spoil through clumsiness or ineptitude
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Opposite of to make a mess of
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Opposite of to commit a mistake or error
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Opposite of to make an incorrect judgment or estimate of
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Opposite of to commit a mistake or error
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Opposite of to move slowly, heavily, clumsily, or with difficulty
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Opposite of to administer wrongly or badly
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Opposite of to move in a feeble or unsteady way
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(rare, nonstandard) Opposite of to commit a mistake or error
“I must make amends and correct my mistakes if I want to improve as a person.”
Verb
(succeed) Opposite of to commit a mistake or error
“Her career was a collection of serendipitous and fortuitous events that entices one to believe she was fated to succeed.”
Verb
Opposite of to move clumsily while regularly losing one's balance
“He got up, splashing the water on his neck to cool himself down, and continued to walk steadily along the banks of the little river.”
Verb
Opposite of to fail to fulfill the hopes or expectations of
“Our menu will satisfy any hunger with options from hamburgers, pasta, seafood, steaks, and more.”
Verb
Opposite of to not be able to experience or take advantage of (an opportunity or chance)
“Josh decided that he wished to experience the life-changing experience of climbing up Mount Everest.”
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