adversābilis (advorsābilis), e (adversor), widerspenstig, *Acc. tr. 158. 1806–1895.

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  • adversable — † adˈversable, a. Obs. 0 [f. L. adversā ri to oppose + ble, as if ad. L. *adversābilis.] ‘That is adverse or contrary to.’ Bailey, vol. II, 1731. ‘Contrary to, opposite to.’ J. 1755. ‘Capable of being opposed.’ Ash 1775 …   Useful english dictionary

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