from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. with a reversed relationship
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a converse manner; with change of order or relation; reciprocally.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a converse manner; as the converse; by conversion. See converse, n., and conversion.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. with the terms of the relation reversed
The fear, conversely, is that the idea of an overall freeze becomes a fetish while the specifics of program analysis fall out of the picture.
Conway's attack on Rand Paul, conversely, is coming under Conway's name, so he also owns the backlash.
Or, conversely, is this an announcement that is time to eliminate Disney's frozen pattern of animated films as children's fare and instead loosen standards so as to allow for mature, thoughtful animated films like A Scanner Darkly?
PMQs are ideally suited to his bulldozer style, which conversely is a complete liability when he is being interviewed by Paxo et al. At
The over-action conversely is traceable to loss of inhibitory influence, perhaps subliminal in itself and yet helping concurrent influences of like direction to maintain a normal restraint, the normal height of threshold against excitation.
And I was further induced to make trial of them, not only because the means which I had before used were inadequate, but from the ill effect I once observed upon the lungs, which succeeded the cure of a small sore beneath the knee; and argued conversely, that issues in the lower limbs might assist a difficult respiration.
And conversely, if he wasn't, he'd have to give other candidates time to consider a run.
And conversely, installing Windows is no easier than installing Ubuntu.
"All We Are Saying," conversely, puts the focus squarely on melody, as the guitarist recasts 15 Lennon tunes with guitars, violin, bass and drums.
It's a sign that ETF managers are more than willing to make concessions to keep you in their funds or, conversely, entice you to try something new when competing ETFs and indexes arise.