One interpretation of this reversal of fortune is that the Clintons look good because the Obamas are so bad.
In the past year, the labor force has actually grown by nearly 700,000, a reversal of a troubling trend.
Republicans are circling like vultures for any weakness that could legitimize a delay or reversal of the Affordable Care Act.
reversal re·ver·sal (rĭ-vûr'səl)
A change to an opposite condition, direction, or position.
A condition in which an individual has difficulty distinguishing the lowercase printed or written characters of particular letters: p from q; g or b from d; or s from z.
The change of an emotion into its opposite, as from love into hate.