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What is the opposite of stagger?

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Opposite of to walk or move unsteadily, as if about to fall
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Opposite of to astonish or deeply shock
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Opposite of to pause in indecision before doing something
“Foreign aid can also have a role, but only to expedite this growth once it starts.”
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Opposite of to confuse or confound with something surprising or shocking
“Perhaps someone out there could enlighten me with regard to the following situation that my 17-year-old son finds himself in.”
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Opposite of to wobble or move unsteadily
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Opposite of to move clumsily or ploddingly
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Opposite of to walk in an awkward way, typically because of pain from an injury
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Opposite of to move or progress slowly, failing to keep up with others
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Opposite of to fall down, especially after losing one's balance
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Opposite of to cause amazement
“Do not worry if you do not create legions of young meditators, but do worry if you bore them.”
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Opposite of to offend the moral feelings of
“He did so and was received by Ferenc Erdei, who asked him to go out on the balcony of the Parliament to appease the crowd.”
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Opposite of to defeat, subdue or overcome with superior strength
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Opposite of to apply great and continuous effort towards work, a task, or a goal
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Opposite of to carry out in gradual stages
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Opposite of to surprise (someone) with something unexpected
“I am sorry that I do not know what the final outcome was in that case, but it would not surprise me one bit if the injustice were allowed to continue.”
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Opposite of to waver between different courses of action
“He's the type of person that will commit and ask questions later.”
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Opposite of to overwhelm (someone) with an emotion
“I find it difficult to believe that this love story will unaffect you.”
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Opposite of to be impossible to understand
“Everything would make sense once it was explained to us.”
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Opposite of an involuntary slip or fall
“While a quick recovery is vulnerable to attacks if the enemy is close, it can be just as vulnerable to stay prone after a knockdown.”
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