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  • achromatic, neutral.
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Antonyms of COLLAPSE:
bounce, dash, drive, energy, ginger, go, liveliness, pep, punch, sap, snap, starch, verve, vigor, vim, vitality, zing, zip, might, muscle, potency, power, puissance, strength, briskness, jauntiness, spiritedness, sprightliness, vivaciousness, vivacity, refreshment, rejuvenation, rejuvenescence, revitalization, victory, win, accomplishment, achievement, success.
Misspellings for COLLAPSE:
colapst, collaped, colapses, colapsed, colaspe, callapses, collopsed, collase, collapese, colaspas, collopse, callopse, collaspes, callapse, calapse, cllaps, colaps, apcolypse, colappst, collasps, collasp, collapsees, callapsed, collapesed, calapsed, colapse, calaps, collaspe, collapes, collapeses, tallapoosa, coalease, collabs, colapes, colapesed, colaspse, collpases, collpase, collaposed, collasep, colapesd, collapesing, collapseable, collapased, collapsable, gollps, collpasing, collapesd, clipsafe, colape, coallates, colliope, clapse, coulduse, colappsed, coulples, clipse, collaspse, collapseing, colleaues, worklpace, collaps, coulple, collapst, collpsed, collispes, collapessed, collapsd, collepse, collpased, colapased, coulpes, collape, collapce, colappse, clopse, callapes, collapase, collasepe, colllapse, colapisble, collapaseable, collapisable, gillespie, gillispie, narcolepse.
Examples of usage:
  1. Press the brake of the foot as you roll around the corners to save the collapse and tie- up.
    "Flash-lights from the Seven Seas", William L. Stidger Commentator: Bishop Francis J. McConnell.
  2. While I was sitting in my wet clothes and talking our situation over, I became so cold and exhausted that I felt I was about to collapse altogether.
    "An Explorer's Adventures in Tibet", A. Henry Savage Landor.
  3. I had reason to fear- how much reason I did not even then realize- they would be interfered with, and that a terrible collapse threatened us.
    "The Passenger from Calais", Arthur Griffiths.