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What is the opposite of ruin?

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Opposite of the act or state of destroying or being destroyed, especially completely
“Even after the completion of the building's construction, the scaffolds remained in place for quite some time.”
Opposite of the state or condition of not meeting a desirable or intended objective,
“Later, prodigious energy, courage, and rough intelligence brought him success in negotiations with the representatives of an ailing Manchu empire.”
Opposite of a cause of misfortune or misery
“Martin's abject nerdy-ness is partly the making of his success as a comedian.”
Opposite of the remains of a building, typically an old one that has suffered much damage or disintegration
“Off to his right, he could see the great structure of the Gatun Dam.”
Opposite of the disastrous disintegration of someone's life
“The Princess took his dumb astonishment for the excess of rapture and attributed his visible perplexity of spirit to the overwhelming feeling of his unexpected success.”
Opposite of a person's ruin or downfall
Opposite of a deterioration or worsening in condition, structure or quality
Opposite of the collapse or defeat of an authoritative figure or governing body
Opposite of the end or failure of an enterprise or institution
Opposite of the action of defiling or the state of being defiled
Opposite of the act, process or result of causing significant damage to something
“The contractor and architect will work together from the inception of the building until its completion.”
Opposite of physical harm that impairs the value, usefulness, or normal function of something
“However, the Second World War and the reparation of the complete road network after the war caused a serious delay in the creation of other motorways.”
Opposite of to completely destroy or devastate
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“Many of the families chose to stay and help build the town of West Jefferson.”
Opposite of to reduce to a state of poverty
“He had made an agreement with the exiles whereby he would support them financially in return for them giving him casino rights.”
Opposite of to cause to fail, or to make great attempts to
“This alliance, the only one that seemed worthy of the emperors of the West, might facilitate his takeover of the Greek possessions of southern Italy.”
Opposite of to destroy something with more force than is required
Opposite of to do badly, particularly to make a mess while doing
(usually of a disease or condition) Opposite of to affect adversely
“Eating a healthy and balanced meal will help to protect against all forms of malnutrition.”
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