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What is the opposite of sunk?

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Adjective
(happy) Opposite of in a state of unhappiness or despondency
Adjective
(optimistic) Opposite of in a state of unhappiness or despondency
Adjective
Opposite of without hope or prospect of survival or redemption
Adjective
Opposite of without hope or prospect of completion, success, or survival
“The ongoing nightmare of the war is making soldiers rebel against their leaders' plans.”
Adjective
Opposite of submerged to the knees (in water or something liquid)
Adjective
Opposite of physically broken or no longer functioning
“The device is working now and that is all that matters.”
Adjective
Opposite of without hope or prospect of completion, success, or survival
“The altimeter tells him that he's at 300 feet and lucky to be alive.”
Verb
Opposite of past participle for to go to a lower level, especially abruptly
“It's not the best view but I can see the planes ascend into the sky as they leave the nearby airport.”
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Opposite of past participle for to gradually decrease or decline in value, amount, quality, or intensity
“Over the long term, houses tend to appreciate in value, while cars depreciate.”
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Opposite of past participle for to slump into something
“The room was still silent but I noticed the Chief Operations Officer sit up and a smile emerges on his face.”
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Opposite of past participle for to become worse in quality or health
“The endurance of the muscles will improve over time, and the movement will become more efficient during point and match play.”
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Opposite of past participle for to be humble or humbled
“I don't tell you that story to downgrade the people in the other group or to elevate myself above others.”
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Opposite of past participle for to vanish or disappear, especially gradually
“She had hoped desperately that Jules and his friends would somehow appear from behind one of the many buildings lining the streets.”
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Opposite of past participle for to cause to fail
“He desperately needed money to pay for his wars and to aid his campaign to be crowned Holy Roman Emperor by the pope.”
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Opposite of past participle for to refrain from openly expressing or displaying
“When receiving a gift he may openly express his disappointment, not stopping to consider how the giver may feel as a result of his reaction.”
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Opposite of past participle for to insert beneath a surface
“She copied him, amazed at how easy it was to pull the weeds from the ground and at the intricate little system of roots they had at the bottoms.”
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(of a ship) Opposite of past participle for to go to the bottom of the sea or some other body of water
“Another few minutes passed, and the boy saw the Dragon King of the Eastern Sea float to the surface of the ocean, along with his defeated army of shrimp soldiers.”
Verb
Opposite of past participle for to immerse or occupy oneself in something
“When I go about my day and start thinking negative thoughts, I try to distract myself by changing something in my environment.”
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Opposite of past participle for to excavate (a well) or bore (a shaft) vertically downwards
Fill the hole and crater completely with drywall compound, plus an additional thin skiff of compound that sits slightly proud of the surface.”
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Opposite of past participle for to rapidly consume (an alcoholic drink)
“He felt the smell of alcohol rise and had the urge to vomit it out.”
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Opposite of past participle for to spend or invest (a lot of) money
Save your money for a rainy day, but don't be afraid to spend it if it rains.”
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