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Synonyms for converse

a proposition obtained by conversion

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of words so related that one reverses the relation denoted by the other

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turned about in order or relation

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Conversely, mail-in surveys have larger sample sizes but with low response rates.
Conversely, the belief that non-significant findings may not be publishable can lead researchers to discard such results; a practice which Wright argues negates the similarities between persons with/without disabilities.
Thus, the degree of gas-defect formation depends also on the amount of pouring ladle slag that enters the mold or the oxidation of iron by moisture in the molding sand; conversely, the generation of hydrogen from the decomposition of seacoal reduces oxidizing conditions in the mold, which in turn reduces the formation of the defect.
If you, conversely, have physical problems or are exhausted, you can shorten points by drop shotting judiciously.
Conversely, many involved officers have advised that the best thing that a fellow officer said was, "If you feel the need for company or to talk, call me anytime, and I will be there.
Conversely, Japan is only now emerging from the Heisei Depression, which is the closest any investor would like to be to a 1920s-style depression.
Conversely, nongovernmental organizations, policy makers and the media--some of the more traditional audiences for social responsibility--now recognize that a firm's approach to global citizenship must be sustainable and stimulate business at some level, and that for companies like HE the two are closely aligned.
They were conversely dominated by opportunists who left their investments in the hands of overseers while they returned home to Europe.
Conversely, FPS 60 to 69 years of age (11% of the workforce) provided 33% more visits per year than the corresponding group a decade earlier.
Conversely, Chance Vought's F7U Cutlass did not fly much longer, and its record was ultimately dismal.
The Netherlands central bank would issue florin banknotes on a 1:1 basis on demand against florin deposits with itself and conversely.
Conversely, the PAD would require only 10 percent of the units be designated as affordable units.
Conversely, as epitomized by Mother Teresa, Aung San Suu Kyi and a host of others, the greatest triumphs of the human spirit are often revealed amidst oppression, degradation and suffering.
Conversely, luring underprepared, disinterested, ill-informed and inappropriate students who have been marketed a glossy view of campus and academic life will likely lead to a low sophomore retention rate, increasing attrition, and, finally, a low graduation rate.
Conversely, the core pulp is more responsive to the beating than the bast as far as tensile index is concerned.