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Definition of "conversely" [con•verse•ly]

  • With a reversed relationship (adverb)

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Use "conversely" in a sentence
  • "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?"
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