Synonym: opposite, reverse. Similar words: converse, verse, oversee, reverse, adverse, diverse, conversion, conversation. Meaning: [ɪn'vɜrs /-'vɜːs] n. something inverted in sequence or character or effect. adj. 1. reversed (turned backward) in order or nature or effect 2. opposite in nature or effect or relation to another quantity.

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1. The tension grew in

*inverse*proportion to the distance from their final destination.2. Evil is the

*inverse*of good.3. This is the

*inverse*of his earlier proposition.4. Dividing by two is the

*inverse*of multiplying by two.5. There is often an

*inverse*relationship between the power of the tool and how easy it is to use.6. The hologram can be flipped to show the

*inverse*image.7. A person's wealth is often in

*inverse*proportion to their happiness .8. If anything(sentencedict.com), this was the

*inverse*of a restaurant.9. The

*inverse*is also true.10. A4 asserts each integer has an additive

*inverse*.11. It is the

*inverse*of the liquidity ratio. 4.12. This argument is that the

*inverse*relationship is a result of desperate families fighting for survival from too small pieces of land.13. Usually there is an

*inverse*relationship between bond prices and interest rate movements in the economy.14. An

*inverse*method for the calculation of stability boundaries is also discussed.15. The

*inverse*relationship between living costs and childbearing is found throughout the developing world.16. This confirms the well observed

*inverse*relationship between disability and social contact.16. Wish you will love sentencedict.com and make progress everyday!

17. Economists have labeled this

*inverse*relationship the law of demand. Upon what foundation does this law rest?18. Clearly, the amount of money people save increases in

*inverse*proportion to the amount they spend.19. There is no sign that you bothered to consider the

*inverse*of your logic.20. The human population in the region is expanding in

*inverse*proportion to the wildlife.21. One of the more subtle failures is to confuse a block diagram with its

*inverse*.22. It slopes downward and to the right because the relationship it portrays between price and quantity demanded is negative or

*inverse*.23. The proliferation of these diminutive shows will soon be in

*inverse*proportion to the theatres still open to receive them.24. The scope of personal responsibility expands and contracts in

*inverse*proportion to the extent of the protected interests.25. By implication it is impossible to postulate any definite

*inverse*correlation between changes in the real wage rate and changes in employment.26. To illustrate the partial fraction method, suppose that the

*inverse*Laplace transform of the simple function is needed.27. For example, will cause subsequently printed characters to be printed to the screen in flashing

*inverse*video.28. The stridency of their assertions tended to grow in

*inverse*proportion to the extent of their knowledge on costs.29. When this is not the case, benefit allocations are in

*inverse*proportion to A's and B's.30. The monuments that were created around this war, however, were largely the

*inverse*of traditional monuments.More similar words: converse, verse, oversee, reverse, adverse, diverse, conversion, conversation, invent, invest, investor, per se, invention, inventory, inveterate, investment, jersey, investigate, supersede, investigator, persecute, investigation, convert, direct investment, versus, ever so, version, aversion, ever since, adversity.