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Synonyms for averse

Synonyms for averse

not inclined or willing to do or undertake

Synonyms for averse

(usually followed by 'to') strongly opposed

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Unauthorized disclosure could aversely affect the Company's reputation and expose it to material claims for damages.
remedies for owners of real property aversely affected by land-use
I am concerned that the company should not be aversely affected in any way by my recent involvement with Marconi.
But in 1988-89, a severe recession hit Canada, and some of the companies most aversely affected were in the furniture industry.
Dealers also noted that Haruhiko Kuroda, vice finance minister for international affairs, has been cautioning against an overly weak euro, suggesting that the euro's weakness is aversely affecting the dollar.
According to such reasoning, that situation would aversely affect national security by making it difficult or even impossible to produce submarines if needed for a future national emergency.
In 1988, Linford Christie supplied a positive sample in the Seoul Olympics but was not banned because it was believed that it had been aversely affected by his guzzling of ginseng tea.
If rewards undermine intrinsic interest, then during the 1995-1996 school year, the reading habits of over 22 million children were aversely affected.
Ultimately, the lack of support Saturday night did not aversely affect Davenport, as she required only one hour to beat Seles 6-4, 6-2 in the semifinals of the Acura Classic at Manhattan Country Club.