Lacuna is a noun which refers to a gap, a blank space or a missing piece in a written or spoken work. Some common antonyms for lacuna can be continuity, entirety, coherence or wholeness. These words imply a sense of completeness and coherence that is lacking when there is a lacuna. Other antonyms include abundance, plethora or profusion, which suggest an excess of information or details rather than a gap. On the other hand, dearth, scarcity or paucity can also be used as antonyms, as they convey the idea of a lack or a shortage rather than a missing piece. In any case, the opposite of lacuna is a state of completeness or abundance, where nothing is missing or left out.
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