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  • When I first saw her father, what an aversion I felt for him! Cited from The Children of the New Forest, by Captain Marryat
  • Work is currently being done which uses multiple aversion techniques in one area.
  • He had a strong aversion to newspaper men and sent them away without ceremony. Cited from The Recent Revolution in Organ Building, by George Laing Miller
  • Perhaps at times he carried his aversions a little too far. Cited from Marse Henry (Vol. 2), by Henry Watterson
  • Although general aversion to water is noted, some may seek water for relief.
  • For instance, there may be aversion at any price towards losing particular species.
  • At age five he entered the local preparatory school where he soon developed aversion to games.
  • Sometimes I think she does, and sometimes I think she has the greatest aversion to him. Cited from Before the Dawn, by Joseph Alexander Altsheler
  • Stone must have seen his aversion, and had possibly told of it. Cited from A Wounded Name, by Charles King
  • American music website Aversion awarded the album four stars in their review.
  • Though politics may have formed the chief, they were not probably the only element in their aversion. Cited from Robert Burns, by Principal Shairp
  • One interesting aspect of human decision making is a strong aversion to potential loss.
  • However, his aversion never brought him any future good. Cited from On the Stairs, by Henry B. Fuller
  • He saw her face change and harden into the old expression of aversion. Cited from Prisoners of Hope, by Mary Johnston
  • He had a strong aversion towards his family's business.
  • Throughout his life he had an aversion to debt; small or large, private or public. Cited from Albert Gallatin, by John Austin Stevens
  • She laid the letter once more before him, and looked down on him, with ill-concealed aversion. Cited from At the Mercy of Tiberius, by Augusta Evans Wilson
  • Work aversion usually occurs in persons who have previously been employed, and can have a variety of causes.
  • Long chose him for his strong character and his deep aversion to westerners.
  • His poems reveal an aversion to violence that he felt even during his military and political career.
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Meaning of aversion

  • noun The act of turning yourself (or your gaze) away
    averting her gaze meant that she was angry