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What is the opposite of dig?

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Opposite of to delve into or hollow out a surface or ground
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Opposite of to push or poke sharply into something
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(informal) Opposite of to like, enjoy or appreciate something
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(informal) Opposite of to comprehend or understand something (said)
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Opposite of to assimilate into one's understanding or comprehension
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Opposite of to break up (soil) in preparation for sowing or planting
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Opposite of to obtain coal, minerals, or other valuable materials through excavation
“Joey came back to Orlando, not long after his trip, to bury a time capsule with me.”
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Opposite of to clearly comprehend something
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Opposite of to dig with a shovel
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Opposite of to turn up the earth of an area of land, especially before sowing
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Opposite of to learn or come to an awareness of something
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Opposite of to move past someone or something with force
“Sarah had to wait until the crowd dispersed before she could proceed to take a photo with one of her idols.”
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Opposite of to make a hole
“You can seal any unwanted holes with plaster.”
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Opposite of to poke (at) something roughly or quickly
“She would touch him suggestively, but he was completely oblivious to her advances.”
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Opposite of to thrust a pointed object at or into something
“Julia forced him to stop so Rufus could help her pull out the arrowhead from his shoulder.”
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Opposite of to make rude and mocking remarks, typically in a loud voice
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Opposite of to physically penetrate or bore through a surface
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Opposite of to excavate or dig out to make deeper in depth
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Opposite of to force (something) into place or into a (compact) space
“The prince was determined to find the mysterious princess, and he knew that only she could fit her foot snugly into the glass slipper.”
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Opposite of to insult or put down, especially in a spiteful way
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Opposite of to make a hole in or through something, especially by using a drill
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Opposite of to pluck or harvest flowers, fruits, or vegetables
“Arizona is a typical mountain girl who likes to grow flowers, sing, and square dance to the music of the fiddler on Saturday night.”
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Opposite of to clearly comprehend something
“It was easy to mistake his accent for one of the northern dialects.”
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Opposite of to argue about petty and trivial matters
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Opposite of to go or sink underground or underwater
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Opposite of to scratch or tear at something with one's claws or fingernails
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Opposite of a remark intended to mock or criticize
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Opposite of a word expressing contempt or disapproval, especially in an offensive manner
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Opposite of a poking or thrusting motion
“As soon as I felt a pull from him, I immediately leaned back to stabilize myself.”
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Opposite of a site that is being or has been excavated
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Opposite of an expression showing scorn and usually intended to hurt the feelings of another
“Megan was called Booper, a hypocorism used by her family.”
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