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What is the opposite of hearty?

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Opposite of loudly cheerful, enthusiastic or approbatory
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Opposite of having or showing whole, sincere and enthusiastic support
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Opposite of in good health, fitness or condition
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Opposite of substantial or generous in amount, especially of food
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Opposite of strong or robust in physique or condition
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Opposite of firm, strong or robust, sometimes figuratively
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Opposite of characterized by friendliness and absence of discord
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Opposite of strong and sturdy, able to withstand strain or hardship
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Opposite of having a strength of will or determination
“His nervousness was apparent when he spoke with a shaky voice.”
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Opposite of having the atmosphere, decoration, or attitude of a festival, holiday, or celebration
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Opposite of characterized by a good or happy sentiment
“The spiritual journey is fraught with danger, full of unexpected twists, at times deeply discouraging, at times exhilarating.”
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Opposite of felt or believed deeply and sincerely
“With an insincere apology, she shuffled off, furtively glancing over her shoulder to make sure no one had seen her colluding with a stranger.”
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Opposite of exuberantly lively and amusing
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Opposite of a mood associated with celebration or festivities
“He was in a foul mood and refused to spend the entire weekend at his in-law's house.”
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Opposite of relating to, denoting, or typical of an extrovert or socially active person
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Opposite of full of substance or interest
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Opposite of having a predisposition to argue or engage in confrontations
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Opposite of having a reddish complexion or color
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Opposite of sturdy and stable in nature
“Conducting operations from restricted working areas, unstable construction platforms, and offshore from boats or barges creates its own set of challenges.”
Noun
Opposite of a mariner or sailor, one who mans a ship
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Opposite of a person who navigates a ship, aircraft, etc.
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