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What is the opposite of bob?

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Opposite of to move quickly and abruptly, especially up and down
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Opposite of to hit (someone) hard
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Opposite of to cut or trim to a short length, especially hair
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Opposite of to hit or strike, often with one's hand
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Opposite of to strike or hit heavily, and sometimes repeatedly
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Opposite of to move about or around quickly and randomly
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Opposite of to move jerkily from side to side or up and down
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Opposite of to hit or strike someone or something
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Opposite of to cut off or remove something from a bigger piece
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Opposite of to hit or strike someone or something
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Opposite of to move up and down repeatedly
“My father's response was to look up and shake his head disapprovingly as if I had breached some code of conduct.”
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Opposite of to play or move about in a cheerful and lively way
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Opposite of to walk or run with leaping strides
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(literally or figuratively) Opposite of to move or proceed with a given movement or momentum
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Opposite of to physically launch oneself into the air
“They have to tread carefully lest they fall into a crevice.”
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Opposite of to move or drift along the surface of a liquid or in the air
“The boat would finally settle among the stillness of the waves as Gene quietly dozes off.”
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Opposite of to cut or trim down
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Opposite of to physically bow or bend over
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Opposite of to strike, especially with force
“Jobe was terrible at shooting games because he would completely miss most of his targets.”
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(of a person) Opposite of to move in a quick and lively way
“The brooding teenagers stand around in the hallway, looking the others up and down as they pass by.”
Noun
Opposite of a part of a song that is repeated after each verse
Noun
Opposite of an up-and-down movement, single or repeated
“It was impossible to tell what Pevisa meant to convey by a sniff and one brief shake of his head.”
Noun
Opposite of a body suspended so that it swings freely back and forth under the influence of gravity
Noun
Opposite of an act of jumping into the air
“I spent fifteen years pursuing perfection in the sport, and the most important lesson I learned is the necessity to stick the landing.”
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