Definition: going against; opposing; unfavorable; hostile
Definition: going against; opposing; unfavorable; hostile
Sentences Containing 'adverse'
Doth he bear all adverse chances with more equanimity: or with his neighbour's offences with more meekness and gentleness than I?
Claims for adverse possession were also numerous (an example being Snowdon Ranger station building) - though there is a legal question mark over whether claims for adverse possession over part of a statutory undertaking, are actually valid.
Other issues were claims for adverse possession ('squatters' rights') of the land, which would have been numerous and practically impossible to fight had an abandonment order been made.
Investigations are not generally repeated for relapse unless there is a specific "medical" indication or possible adverse effects from antipsychotic medication.
In general humans have not caused adverse impact to the Merriam's kangaroo rat through most of its range.
This is an example of adverse selection very similar to the classic "lemons" example of Akerlof.
His research area is in vaccinology, with a focus on delivery, effectiveness and adverse consequences.
Endometrin is expected to have adverse reactions similar to other drugs containing progesterone (breast tenderness, bloating, mood swings, irritability, and drowsiness).
Additionally they have rare but severe adverse effects, particularly muscle damage.
The most common adverse side effects are raised liver enzymes and muscle problems.
In randomized clinical trials, reported adverse effects are low; but they are "higher in studies of real world use", and more varied.
In randomized trials, statins increased the risk of an adverse effect by 39% compared to placebo (odds ratios 1.4); two-thirds of these were myalgia or raised liver enzymes, with serious adverse effects similar to placebo.
Other possible adverse effects include cognitive loss, neuropathy, pancreatic and hepatic dysfunction, and sexual dysfunction.
This increases the levels of the statin, increasing the risk of dose-related adverse effects (including myopathy/rhabdomyolysis).
Mevastatin was never marketed, because of its adverse effects of tumors, muscle deterioration, and sometimes death in laboratory dogs.
Non-Gallifreyans are also seen to regenerate in "Underworld" (1978) and "Mawdryn Undead" (1983), but with adverse side effects.
The principle adverse effects of clonidine are dry mouth, dizziness, hypotension (low blood pressure) and drowsiness.
There are no significant adverse side-effects of Prajmaline when taken alone and with a proper dosage.
This opposition became so strong that the successor to Pius VII, Leo XII, was positively adverse to the community.
As such, there was a significant drop in tourism, although no significantly adverse weather occurred along the Outer Banks.
A post-marketing study, conducted by the innovator, in over 12,000 patients showed that only 0.75% of them developed adverse events attributable to the drug.
The adverse reactions were mild to moderate, which resolved when the drug was discontinued.
Commonly observed adverse events included constipation (0.19%) and increase in levels of liver enzymes, AST (0.17%) and ALT (0.25%).
Adverse events observed included constipation, acidity, nausea, fatigue and headache, and were of mild to moderate intensity.
For a pure positional good, a luxury tax is the perfect form of taxation because it raises revenue without any adverse utility effects. • _____ (1997).
My feeling is that we shall choose Shame, and then have War thrown in a little later, on even more adverse terms than at present."
Lilly ceased development because high-dose therapy was associated with adverse effects on skeletal muscle, including myalgia and potential myositis.
The most common adverse effects observed with lopinavir/ritonavir are diarrhea and nausea.
Other common adverse effects include abdominal pain, asthenia, headache, vomiting and, particularly in children, rash.
It is characterized by compulsive drug craving, seeking, and use that persists even if the user is aware of severe adverse consequences.
He breathed his last on January 9, 1946 in adverse pecuniary as a gifted poet of our time.
More serious adverse events can be provoked if ADA cross-react with a critical autologous protein.
Contact information is also available on the site for trail users to report adverse trail conditions or submit other feedback or questions.
Thus, a recipient is not permitted to present evidence to that official orally, or to confront or cross-examine adverse witnesses.
Adverse effects of other polypeptide antibiotics include kidney and nerve damage when given by injection.
The flip side of the cheating problem in socialism is the lying or 'adverse selection' problem in capitalism.
Dryvax has serious adverse side-effects in about 1% to 2% of cases.
Aircraft are often struck by lightning with no adverse effects because the electricity of the strike is dissipated through its conductive structure and the aircraft is not electrically grounded.
The United States Environmental Protection Agency (US EPA) defines NOAEL as 'an exposure level at which there are no statistically or biologically significant increases in the frequency or severity of adverse effects between the exposed population and its appropriate control; some effects may be produced at this level, but they are not considered as adverse, or as precursors to adverse effects.
One patient in the ivacaftor group reported a serious adverse reaction: abdominal pain.
Incestuous relationships between siblings has also been known to have adverse effects on the parties involved, especially for the victim of said sexual abuse.
Various adverse effects have been reported to the FDA.
After the war, Egypt felt the adverse effects of soaring prices and unemployment.
In May 2013, Ubeto was provisionally suspended for an adverse finding of GW501516.
Furthermore, referred itch itself does not confer any adverse effects on the health of those experiencing it.
The defendant will be under pressure to give evidence about what occurred - not to do so would result in the adverse inference being drawn.
Firm service cannot be interrupted during adverse conditions, such as periods of high demand.
Many will have no or trivial benefit, or will discontinue because of adverse events."
Short-term use increases minor adverse effects, but does not appear to increase major adverse effects.
Salt can have adverse effects on soil and soil composition.
More Vocab Wordssportive - playful; frolicsome; merry; CF. sport: play or frolic; CF. sportsmanlike
stupor - state of being stupefied; state of apathy; daze; lack of awareness
maladroit - clumsy; not skillful; awkward; bungling
chimerical - fantastically improbable; highly unrealistic; N. chimera: unreal fancy; fire-breathing female creature
slipshod - slovenly; careless; sloppy; untidy; shabby; Ex. slipshod work
scaffold - temporary platform for workers (to work at heights above the ground); bracing framework; platform for execution
resourceful - clever and imaginative (in dealing with difficult situations); N. resource, resourcefulness
surrogate - substitute; person or thing used in place of another; Ex. surrogate mother; ADJ.
malleable - (of a metal) capable of being shaped by pounding(beating); pliable; (of someone) impressionable(easily influenced); easily controlled; tractable
caucus - private meeting of a group of people in a political party to select officers or determine policy; CF. the Caucus club of Boston