Tuesday, 24 April 2012

Entry: obversion (n.)


In context: "It was such a simple obversion of my normal goods-delivery-preparation system that it hadn't once occurred to me, Lyle explained."



Definition: Likely 3. The formation of an obverse or counterpart. rare.

Other:

SNOOT score: 2

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Source: Oxford English Dictionary   


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