vers-, vert-, -verse, -version, -version, -versation, -versal, -versary, -vert, vort-, vors-

(Latin: bend, turn)

extraversion (EK struh vuhr" zhuhn) (s) (noun), extraversions (pl)
A psychological term that indicates someone who finds it essential to have as many friendships with others as possible: Extraversion is a condition in which someone prefers being with and socializing with people as often as possible, rather than being isolated from their companionships.

The contents of this extraversion entry also applies to the extroversion entry; in other words, they are synonymous with each other or one means the same thing as the other one.

extrorse
extrovert (s) (noun), extroverts (pl)
1. A person whose interests are constantly directed outward to other people and to his or her environment: Usually extroverts are active, energetic, sociable, easy to talk with, and have many outside interests and concerns.
2. Etymology: from Latin extra-, "outside" + vertere, "to turn"; an alteration of the earlier extravert

The noun form of extravert is also accepted as a proper spelling for this extrovert entry

inadvertence
inadvertent (adjective), more inadvertent, most inadvertent
A reference to something that is not intended nor planned: Sam made an inadvertent mistake when he forgot to take his house keys with him as he left his apartment to go shopping; so, he had to go into his garage where he had hidden duplicates of the main door key and one for his apartment door.
Relating to being intentional, accidental, or a careless mistake.
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A reference to an unintentional error.
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Descriptive of not paying attention or failing to notice.
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Careless and not focusing on what is going on.
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inadvertently
incontrovertible (adjective), more incontrovertible, most incontrovertible
A reference to something that cannot be disputed, questioned, or doubted: The video provided incontrovertible proof that the official was smoking marijuana at the party despite his claims of innocence.

The judge told the defending lawyer that the incontrovertible evidence that was presented about his client's innocence would result in her being declared "innocent of the charges".

No doubt, certain, indisputable.
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incontrovertibleness
incontrovertibly
inconversant
inconvertible (adjective), more inconvertible, most inconvertible
inconvertibleness
inconvertibly
infraversion
introrse

Inter-related cross references involving word units meaning "bend, curve, turn": diversi-; diverticul-; flect-, flex-; gyro-; meand-; -plex; streph-; stroph-; tors-; tropo-; verg-; volv-.