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Definition of Averse

Averse

  1. Turned away or backward.
  2. Having a repugnance or opposition of mind; disliking; disinclined; unwilling; reluctant.
  3. To turn away.

Averse Quotations

The British are supposed to be particularly averse to intellectuals, a prejudice closely bound up with their dislike of foreigners. Indeed, one important source of this Anglo-Saxon distaste for highbrows and eggheads was the French revolution, which was seen as an attempt to reconstruct society on the basis of abstract rational principles.
Terry Eagleton

I am not averse to politics, but that does not mean that I am going to join politics.
Rahul Gandhi

I am very averse to bringing myself forward in print, but as my account will only appear as an appendage to a former production, and as it will be confined to such topics as have connection with my authorship alone, I can hardly accuse myself of a personal intrusion.
Mary Shelley

Often we women are risk averse. I needed the push. Now, more than ever, young women need more seasoned women to provide that encouragement, to take a risk, to go for it. Once a glass ceiling is broken, it stays broken.
Jennifer Granholm

Often confused with shyness, introversion does not imply social reticence or discomfort. Rather than being averse to social engagement, introverts become overwhelmed by too much of it, which explains why the introvert is ready to leave a party after an hour and the extravert gains steam as the night goes on.
Laurie Helgoe
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Averse Translations

averse in Dutch is afkerig
averse in German is abgeneigt
averse in Norwegian is uvillig
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