In Iraq, there is a real concern over the emergence of Alnusra Front and Salafists who are most averse to Shiites in the region.
The fact is, though, country music has always been averse to controversy.
They are also averse to killing civilians, let alone the bubbie demographic.
Among the people who seemed not averse to being interviewed was Msgr. Bob Weiss of St Rose of Lima Church.
The Roberts Court, it seems, is similarly not averse to helping protect women from themselves.
Black Meg, it may be explained, in the intervals of graver business was not averse to serving as an emissary of Venus.
Well, I was averse from going myself, but Winnie was all for peace and forgiveness.
Joe was not averse to such a revelation, for his hazel rod and his "peek-stone" had already failed him.
averse had she been to this wedding from the moment that it had been broached to her.
He was, like ourselves, fond of adventure, and was not averse to its being accompanied by an element of danger.
mid-15c., "turned away in mind or feeling," from Old French avers and directly from Latin aversus "turned away, turned back," past participle of avertere (see avert). Originally and usually in English in the mental sense, while avert is used in a physical sense.