Pronunciation of De-Sire
/dəsˈa͡ɪ͡ə/, /dəsˈa‍ɪ‍ə/, /d_ə_s_ˈaɪə/

Antonyms for de-sire

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