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What is the opposite of discharged?

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Opposite of having left one's job and ceased to work
Opposite of finished, having reached an end or conclusion
“Pritchard was in no mood to deal with the unfinished construction of the new bridge.”
Opposite of finished or having been brought to an end
“The work was incomplete at the time of his death but it is still a work of the greatest significance in the theory of probability.”
Opposite of released or dismissed from duty or a role
Opposite of released from legal responsibility or punishment
Opposite of not confined or imprisoned
“Amanda spent almost four years imprisoned in Italy for a crime she did not commit.”
Opposite of exonerated from a crime or wrongdoing
Opposite of deprived of dignity or self-respect
Opposite of past tense for to release from the custody or restraint of the law
“The House of Lords may imprison an individual for any fixed period of time, but an individual imprisoned by the House of Commons is set free upon prorogation.”
Opposite of past tense for to dismiss from duty or employment
“He was exceptional in the interview and was the best candidate by a country mile, and I had no option but to employ him.”
Opposite of past tense for to fire (a gun or missile)
“Ricks had given the order to hold fire unless absolutely necessary.”
Opposite of past tense for to emit, throw or give off
“Textile measurements are taken at standard temperature and humidity because fibers can absorb moisture from the air.”
Opposite of past tense for to unload or discharge, typically cargo
“Marek opened the car door and began to load the bags onto the back seat, and wedged them behind the seats with his foot.”
Opposite of past tense for to carry out one's responsibility
“Your efforts to shift your responsibilities represent a gross failure to fulfill your own duties.”
Opposite of past tense for to clear a debt or pay what is owed
“Many creditors feared that, as a result of the war, the country might repudiate its debt.”
Opposite of past tense for to annul or dismiss
“The court in criminal cases enjoys discretion to allow the prosecution to call additional evidence.”
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