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What is the opposite of fear?

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Opposite of an unpleasant emotion caused by the perception of danger, pain, or harm
“It took courage for him to stand up for what he believed was right.”
Opposite of a phobia, usually irrational or obsessive
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“Dian Fossey was a primatologist who found comfort among the brutish yet majestic gorillas.”
Opposite of a feeling of terrified reverence, particularly towards deities
“Some subscribe to the theory that the indifference towards Gods and religion gives them greater freedom to do whatever they want.”
Opposite of a concern for something or someone, typically tinged with anxiety
“Peter's unconcern for his children's welfare would result in authorities taking them away.”
Opposite of the chance of something unpleasant happening
“There is a distinct unlikelihood that lightning will strike the same place twice.”
Opposite of a psychological, irrational or obsessive fear of (something)
Opposite of the property of being unmanly
Opposite of the possibility or likelihood of some future event occurring
Opposite of a psychological dislike or fear
“He was always in the gym because he had a fetish for having big muscles.”
Opposite of to be afraid of someone or something when considering them to be dangerous, painful, or harmful
“I think I deserve a medal for being able to brave your constant criticism.”
Opposite of to have a phobia of
“I definitely relax more in the presence of wild beasts than I do among my human brethren.”
(with infinitive) Opposite of to avoid something because one has too many concerns
“It is time to confront your fear of heights and take the plunge.”
(followed by for) Opposite of to show concern on behalf of
“He could have been treated, but the experts chose to ignore the fact that he had a mental health problem.”
Opposite of to regard with adoration and reverence, particularly for deities and gods
“As an atheist, I naturally contemn the worship of Gods.”
Opposite of to be anxious or concerned about something in particular
Opposite of to show, feel, or cause to feel, concern or worry
Opposite of to have doubts or suspicions about
Opposite of to be constantly or visibly anxious
Opposite of to consider to be or form a supposition about
Opposite of to anticipate with great apprehension or fear
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