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Averse vs Averse - What's the difference?

averse | averse | Synonyms |

Averse is a synonym of averse.


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between averse and averse

is that averse is (obsolete) lying on the opposite side (to'' or ''from ) while averse is (obsolete) lying on the opposite side (to'' or ''from ).

In lang=en terms the difference between averse and averse

is that averse is to turn away while averse is to turn away.

As adjectives the difference between averse and averse

is that averse is having a repugnance or opposition of mind while averse is having a repugnance or opposition of mind.

As verbs the difference between averse and averse

is that averse is to turn away while averse is to turn away.

Hostile vs Averse - What's the difference?

hostile | averse |


As adjectives the difference between hostile and averse

is that hostile is belonging or appropriate to an enemy; showing the disposition of an enemy; showing ill will and malevolence, or a desire to thwart and injure; occupied by an enemy or enemies; inimical; unfriendly while averse is having a repugnance or opposition of mind.

As a noun hostile

is (chiefly|in the plural) an enemy.

As a verb averse is

to turn away.

Abdicated vs Averse - What's the difference?

abdicated | averse |


As verbs the difference between abdicated and averse

is that abdicated is (abdicate) while averse is to turn away.

As an adjective averse is

having a repugnance or opposition of mind.

Averse vs Opposed - What's the difference?

averse | opposed |


As adjectives the difference between averse and opposed

is that averse is having a repugnance or opposition of mind while opposed is acting in opposition; opposing.

As verbs the difference between averse and opposed

is that averse is to turn away while opposed is (oppose).

Averse vs Paradoxical - What's the difference?

averse | paradoxical |


As adjectives the difference between averse and paradoxical

is that averse is having a repugnance or opposition of mind while paradoxical is having self-contradictory properties.

As a verb averse

is to turn away.

Reverse vs Averse - What's the difference?

reverse | averse |


As verbs the difference between reverse and averse

is that reverse is while averse is to turn away.

As an adjective averse is

having a repugnance or opposition of mind.

Oppose vs Averse - What's the difference?

oppose | averse |


As verbs the difference between oppose and averse

is that oppose is while averse is to turn away.

As adjectives the difference between oppose and averse

is that oppose is opposite while averse is having a repugnance or opposition of mind.

As a noun oppose

is opposite.

Decline vs Averse - What's the difference?

decline | averse |


As verbs the difference between decline and averse

is that decline is while averse is to turn away.

As adjectives the difference between decline and averse

is that decline is declined while averse is having a repugnance or opposition of mind.

Dislike vs Averse - What's the difference?

dislike | averse |


In lang=en terms the difference between dislike and averse

is that dislike is to have a feeling of aversion or antipathy towards; not to like while averse is to turn away.

As verbs the difference between dislike and averse

is that dislike is (obsolete|transitive) to displease; to offend (in third-person only) while averse is to turn away.

As a noun dislike

is an attitude or a feeling of distaste or aversion.

As an adjective averse is

having a repugnance or opposition of mind.

Averse vs Backward - What's the difference?

averse | backward | Related terms |

Averse is a related term of backward.


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between averse and backward

is that averse is (obsolete) lying on the opposite side (to'' or ''from ) while backward is (obsolete) already past or gone; bygone.

As adjectives the difference between averse and backward

is that averse is having a repugnance or opposition of mind while backward is (of motion) pertaining to the direction towards the back.

As a verb averse

is to turn away.

As an adverb backward is

(of motion) in the direction towards the back; backwards.

As a noun backward is

the state behind or past.

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