De sires

Pronunciation of De Sires
/də sˈa͡ɪ͡əz/, /də sˈa‍ɪ‍əz/, /d_ə s_ˈaɪə_z/

Antonyms for de sires

deny, cool, listen, certainty, not worry, lower, balance, offer, abandon, conceal, forfeit, antagonism, revulsion, help, disregard, purposelessness, discouragement, neglect, subdue, give up, annoy, depression, gloom, aversion, tranquility, despair, disfavor, quench, delight, justice, worry, start, truth, idleness, satisfaction, sadness, question, health, reality, abstain, disenchantment, give, diffidence, receive, flourish, deterrent, calmness, responsibility, thing, chill, improve, disapprove, dullness, avoidance, existence, pain, plan, blame, be happy, anger, melancholy, oppose, soundness, punishment, put out, stop, entertainment, loathing, lot, inactivity, apathy, stifle, distrust, fairness, hopelessness, indifference, shun, abjure, diversion, animosity, dodge, fullness, rise, grow, reject, fear, stillness, displease, contentment, insert, lethargy, not care, weakness, hate, corporeality, beginning, ill will, be content, refuse, do not want, pastime, answer, disbelieve, prevention, wavering, happiness, peacefulness, fun, coolness, extinguish, disgust, doubt, rejection, disallow, distaste, indecision, foe, lose, substance, frigidity, leave alone, upset, hindrance, smother, lessen, disincentive, physicality, be confident, seriousness, antipathy, depress, have, disinclination, dislike, enmity, negligence, be unwilling, satiation, cheer, sorrow, thoughtlessness, enemy, loss, trouble, cold, unhappiness, block, run away, reply, carelessness, strengthen, wet, worst, build, discontinue, disturb, develop, gladness, retreat, disbelief, keep, wetness, not want, spurn, disinterest, refusal, increase, repulsion, pass, ignore, conformity, coldness, concrete, joy, actuality, body, woe, inability, drop, humility, disgrace, laziness, know, calm, impartiality, hatred, peace, death, girlfriend, equality, eschew, aimlessness, aid, repulse, fact, decrease, avoid, despise, amnesia, repudiate, last choice, fill, chastity, pessimism, restraint, quiet, withhold, forsake.