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What is the opposite of finding?

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Opposite of the act of adjudicating, of reaching a judgement
Opposite of an authoritative decision or pronouncement, such as one made by a judge
Opposite of the punishment assigned to a defendant found guilty by a court for a particular offense
Opposite of the inference of particular instances by reference to a general law or principle
Opposite of a judgment or verdict arrived at after consideration
“Her argument was founded on a quarter of the jury having been lost over five sitting days, the jury's indecision, and the lengthy deliberations.”
Opposite of a sudden, dramatic, and important discovery or development
Opposite of the act or process of sighting the existence of something for the first time
Opposite of a statement based on something one has seen, heard, or noticed
Opposite of the implied meaning associated with something
Opposite of a development or improvement
“The retrogression in the company's technology due to a lack of funding for research and development was noticeable.”
Opposite of present participle for to discover or locate something, either by chance or intention
“To misplace a presidential badge of office for a couple of days may be unfortunate.”
Opposite of present participle for to recover something that has been misplaced, stolen, or hidden away
“Are you sure you cannot trust me to hide the Infinity Stones from Thanos?”
Opposite of present participle for to attain or achieve
“If I surrender my search for love now, I don't think I'll feel a shred of regret.”
Opposite of present participle for to muster or summon up an emotion or quality
“After manifesting his internal emotional turmoil, he finally had to yield, and watch a romantic comedy with his girlfriend.”
Opposite of present participle for to be aware
“Despite the warning signs, he chose to ignore them and proceed past the barrier.”
Opposite of present participle for to consider
“I disregard any rigid or mechanical rule in policy-making.”
Opposite of present participle for to receive a particular treatment
“If you avoid making mistakes, you will never learn from them.”
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