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What is the opposite of fighting?

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Opposite of displaying or engaging in violence, combat, or aggression
“This was fortunate for him since, by this time, he held firm pacifist views.”
Opposite of engaged in fighting during a war
Opposite of of, pertaining to, or caused by factions
Opposite of in a state of disagreement
Opposite of the act or state of physically fighting
“Our nation should be a beacon of peace to people around the world.”
Opposite of verbal or ideological disagreement
“It was difficult to reach an agreement because of the friction between the two sides.”
Opposite of a state of (typically public) dissatisfaction, disturbance, or agitation
Opposite of a serious disagreement or argument, typically a protracted one
“Currencies work only because of a collective agreement that they will.”
Opposite of the use of force or violence to oppose someone or something
“He suggested other NATO states could individually or as an alliance provide military support to help the country.”
Opposite of time in military operation
“Amy had to endure a few years of disservice but came back in peak physical condition.”
Opposite of present participle for to engage in a physical encounter, either competitive or non-competitive
“To conciliate the workers, he raised their pay, thus creating financial problems for himself instead.”
Opposite of present participle for to struggle to overcome, eliminate, or prevent
“The network will finally bow to mounting pressure to remove the controversial show from its nightly rotation.”
Opposite of present participle for to engage in a war or battle
“As a result, the authorities needed three more years to pacify the country.”
Opposite of present participle for to quarrel or argue
“We gel with each other very well, and rarely give in to bickering.”
Opposite of present participle for to persevere in the face of difficulty
“In the end, it was too much, and he eventually had to quit.”
Opposite of present participle for to struggle against one's emotions
“She tried spiritedly to not succumb to the temptations of chocolate chip cookies.”
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