Next, perhaps an even more outrageous color will emerge, or maybe there will be a reversion back to something more natural.
Wars have been fought with less intensity than the reversion battles on Wikipedia.
Perhaps that name should not be felt so ruefully today, despite the reversion to authoritarian control in Egypt.
The evidence may be difficult to pin down, but it hovers in the atmosphere, making this reversion felt in myriad ways.
The suddenness of this reversion to another stage of their argument enhanced his natural difficulty in understanding her.
I used the word 'atavism' to mean a reversion to the primitive.
It is to this view that Darwin refers when he says that Naudin's view throws no light on the reversion to long-lost characters.
The psychologist tends to see in war a reversion, a lapse to barbarism.
I will set you a fair sum over this table against the reversion of your estate in Virginia at the old lady's departure.
For the lease could not, and the reversion would not be likely to, go by disseisin.
reversion re·ver·sion (rĭ-vûr'zhən)
The return of a trait or characteristic peculiar to a remote ancestor, especially one that has been suppressed for one or more generations.
A return to the normal phenotype, usually by a second mutation.