Antonyms for collaborated

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Collaborated with his brother in home life and in building Rome.

For some reason, however, the collaborated volume did not materialize.

He also collaborated with Leopardi on the Vendramin tomb in the same church.

Later, Antonio collaborated with his younger brother, Bartolomeo.

He collaborated with Glinka in writing "Ruslan and Liudmila."

The same can be said of his music to "King Arthur," in which he collaborated with Dryden.

If Shakespeare collaborated with him, that speaks for itself.

Now he had collaborated with a bungler and harvested a dilemma.

From 1659 to 1714 Papebroch (Daniel van Papenbroeck) collaborated.

The same can be said of other periodicals for which Becquer collaborated.

WORD ORIGIN

1871, back-formation from collaborator. Given a bad sense in World War II. Related: Collaborated; collaborating.