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1. Created as unfavorable, undesirable, or harmful results.
2. Having acted with or characterized by opposition or antagonism; for example, adversed publicity.
3. Momentum that existed in a direction away from that which was desired.
4. In botany, a leaf or flower that faced the main stem.
5. Etymology: from Old French avers (Modern French adverse); from Latin adversus, "turned against"; therefore, "hostile"; past participle of advertere, from ad-, "to" + vertere, "to turn".