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Philip, not averse to such assistance, got his own face into shadow. He was not averse to it any longer; he was simply indifferent to all in it except the humours. Averse had she been to this wedding from the moment that it had been broached to her. I was averse to the change, and his Classical form-master dissuaded him against it.

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Synonyms for Risk aversion in Free Thesaurus. Antonyms for Risk aversion. 22 synonyms for averse: opposed, reluctant, hostile, unwilling, backward, unfavourable ...

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Thesaurus of risk-averse. Definition: opposed to taking risks. Synonyms: careful, cautious, thorough, painstaking, systematic, organized, meticulous, methodical ...

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Risk-averse antonyms. Top antonyms for risk-averse (opposite of risk-averse) are adventurous, risk-seeking and risk-taking. risk-averse antonyms - opposite meaning - 81. Lists. Synonyms Antonyms Definitions Examples Parts of speech. adjectives nouns ...

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What does adverse and averse mean? The adjectives adverse and averse are related. Both come from the Latin root vert- meaning “to turn.” In Latin the word adversus meant “turned toward” and “hostile” and is a direct root of adverse. Averse, on the other hand, emerges from the Latin word aversus, which meant “turned away.”

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Whoever at Hodder put this compilation together they were not averse to a little gentle subversion for--if the National Curriculum allowed such things--it would be fun to wander into a recalcitrant Year 9 class and quote Oscar Wilde's brief entry--'Education is an admirable thing, but it is well to remember from time to time that nothing that is worth knowing can be taught.