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What is the opposite of received?

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Opposite of generally accepted as correct or true
“An uncommon opinion is always unpopular, and as such demonstrates the honesty of the individual who expresses it.”
Opposite of used or accepted broadly by most people
Opposite of used or accepted broadly
Opposite of being predominant across, or applying to, a broad spectrum
“His dissent gives a clear insight into his limited, narrow view of individual liberties.”
Opposite of accepted, used or practiced by most people
Opposite of having been attained or earned, especially through effort
Opposite of kept in one's possession
Opposite of being regaled or given hospitality
Opposite of accepted as being accurate and authoritative
Opposite of held by, or applicable to, a majority of the people in an area or country
“It may be an unpopular opinion, but I think that summer is by far the worst season of the four.”
Opposite of to have received a particular treatment
“I avoided making mistakes, hence I never had to learn from them.”
Opposite of to have accepted or received, typically something awarded
“She had worked hard and tried her best, but ultimately failed at winning a medal during the tournament.”
Opposite of to have invited someone somewhere
“We disinvited our neighbors over for lunch after they had proven themselves to be real jerks.”
Opposite of to have gained or profited from financially
“Samsung lost a lot of money on the Galaxy Note 7 after having to recall the entire line of phones.”
Opposite of past tense for to take something that has been given, offered or paid
“The organization will offer shelter, provisions, and food to those affected by the wildfires.”
(something sent) Opposite of past tense for to take or accept delivery of
“Is it particularly necessary to send this many Christmas cards out?”
(with object and adverbial) Opposite of past tense for to react or respond to something in a particular way
“He has chosen to ignore your questions out of disinterest.”
(a guest or visitor) Opposite of past tense for to formally give admittance to
“There will be no hesitation to ban those who fail to abide by our house rules.”
Opposite of past tense for to allow visitors or guests to be in one's presence
“If you do not remove your footwear, the temple will disallow you from entering.”
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