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What is the opposite of venture?

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Noun
Opposite of a undertaking, typically one that involves risk
Noun
Opposite of an undertaking or course of action taken to achieve a particular aim or goal
“The issue will not rectify itself with this much inaction!”
Noun
Opposite of an undertaking that goes against convention or that is somewhat ridiculous
Noun
Opposite of a risky action undertaken with the hope of success
Noun
Opposite of an attempt or effort to achieve something
Noun
Opposite of a systematic plan to achieve a goal or objective
Noun
Opposite of an exciting or noteworthy event, action or achievement
“He often spoke of his failure as an important learning experience from which he later benefited.”
Noun
Opposite of a goal or task, typically achieved by means of an expedition
Noun
Opposite of something that is worth acquiring for its potential benefits
“Any of these products could be considered defective in nature and become a liability to the company that supplied it.”
Noun
Opposite of a commercial operation or company
“The corporation had offices in many countries despite a noninvolvement in South America.”
Noun
Opposite of a risky action undertaken with the hope of success
“The only certainty was that people around the world were literally becoming God-fearing and were reticent to break his commandments.”
Noun
Opposite of energy or effort expended towards an endeavor
“The inferiority might be the result of feebleness and of want of activity of the mind.”
Verb
Opposite of to expose to danger or the risk of loss
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Opposite of to bet money or something else in a gamble
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Opposite of to gamble on the outcome of a game, race or event
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Opposite of to make an effort at doing something
“Jack thought it was near impossible to climb the three-meter rope, and decided to bypass that obstacle.”
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Opposite of to make a concerted effort towards achieving a result
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(forego) Opposite of to take a risk or chance on
“We decided to forego that rickety ride, fearful that it might break down.”
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(guarantee) Opposite of to take a risk or chance on
“If we go half an hour earlier to our desired session time we will guarantee ourselves good seats.”
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Opposite of to offer or grant (help or services) freely
“Some people decline volunteer work and seek paid positions because of a feeling that pay is the criterion of professional standing.”
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Opposite of to say or suggest something without being asked
“Our client might withhold important information because of fear of being judged negatively.”
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Opposite of to stake (an amount of money) in a bet
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Opposite of to discover (something) by guesswork or intuition
“You'll need to know the exact amount of energy required for the warrior to maintain his defenses.”
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Opposite of to state a fact or belief confidently and forcefully
“Some theorists speculate that the universe will end in a big crunch when everything collapses in on itself.”
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Opposite of to make an effort or attempt to (do something)
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Opposite of to make an effort or attempt
“Bernard's most consistent criticism is that he will quit before he even tries to get into the game.”
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Opposite of to do something despite the danger it may pose
“I'm the kind of person who would rather play it safe and lose out than risk everything and have a chance at winning.”
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Opposite of to expose to danger or the risk of loss
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Opposite of to try something risky
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Opposite of to strive in pursuit of a goal
“I would idle rather than devoting time to learning Japanese, and therefore I never mastered it.”
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Opposite of to try to figure out through estimation or hypothesis
“I know that you are lying about your relationship with that woman, Bill!”
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Opposite of to claim a statement as true
“I simply dispute the claim that some rules are more natural than others, or have an inherent moral basis.”
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Opposite of 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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