Just take reality, invert it, and that's what Romney is likely to say.
In the end, the Toulouse killings never did invert head-to-head polling favoring François Hollande before the affair.
It is sufficiently obvious to us that this is to invert the process.
On the other hand, the invert would have no influence on an individual who was not predisposed.
invert the weight, pick out the bung, and fill its place with more melted lead.
Another way is to invert the hive in which the united swarms are to live, and strike the bees of the other hive into it as before.
You invert His order and arrangement, and live as if time was of more importance than eternity, and body better than soul.
But this is to invert the order of the agencies by which the improvement of the law is carried on.
invert a finger bowl or a bell glass over the cap to keep the air from blowing the spores away.
But to say that we must make tools first, and then begin, is to invert the process of life.
invert in·vert (ĭn-vûrt')
v. in·vert·ed, in·vert·ing, in·verts
To turn inside out or upside down.
To reverse the position, order, or condition of.
To subject to inversion.
One who takes on the gender role of the opposite sex.
A homosexual. Used in psychology.