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What is the opposite of shabby?

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Opposite of ragged or tattered, especially of clothes
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Opposite of in poor condition through long use or lack of care
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Opposite of behaving in a mean or unfair way
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Opposite of shabby and squalid in nature
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Opposite of scruffy or shabby in nature or appearance
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Opposite of shabby, old, or in bad condition
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Opposite of of mediocre or inferior quality
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Opposite of worn out or ruined because of age or neglect
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Opposite of so reprehensible as to cause shame or disgrace
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Opposite of sinister or evil in nature
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(especially of a place) Opposite of poor in quality and appearance
“The rich couple could afford a luxurious apartment on the swanky side of town.”
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Opposite of displaying severe degradation due to lack of care or attention
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Opposite of dirty or unclean, especially disgustingly so
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Opposite of having an unkind or spiteful character or nature
“Clay was always nice to Hannah unlike the other kids at school who were mean to her.”
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Opposite of in a very poor condition as a result of disuse and neglect
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Opposite of significantly below an amount or level that is adequate
“The opium poppy, like all poppies, requires rich moist soil, plentiful sunlight, and a clear area in which to grow.”
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Opposite of damaged by age and repeated use
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Opposite of low in quality or below expectations
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Opposite of causing pain or hurt feelings
“Courtney is a kind person who has performed many wonderful deeds for the elderly.”
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Opposite of unimportant or insignificant in nature
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Opposite of untidy in appearance
“They come running just as fast as they can because every girl is crazy about a sharp dressed man.”
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Opposite of lower in rank or status
“He was now a reputable lawyer and would earn a promotion to the senior role of partner at the law firm.”
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Opposite of cut or ripped open or into pieces
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Opposite of done or performed without method or care
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