Aversiveness



of or relating to aversion.
of or relating to aversive conditioning.
a reprimand, punishment, or agent, used in aversive conditioning:
Antabuse is a commonly used aversive in the treatment of alcoholism.
adjective
tending to dissuade or repel

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    to turn away or aside: to avert one’s eyes. to ward off; prevent: to avert evil; to avert an accident. Contemporary Examples For the moment, if it ever was a serious possibility, an Israeli strike has been averted. What Obama Said About Iran Ali Gharib March 21, 2013 The hold-your-nose solution may have been ugly, […]



  • Avertedly

    to turn away or aside: to avert one’s eyes. to ward off; prevent: to avert evil; to avert an accident. Historical Examples Then, as he avertedly drew the letter from his bosom, he whispered to himself—Out on thee, Pierre! Pierre; or The Ambiguities Herman Melville verb (transitive) to turn away or aside: to avert one’s […]

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    to turn away or aside: to avert one’s eyes. to ward off; prevent: to avert evil; to avert an accident. Historical Examples Taken in a stimulant dose, tobacco is not only not a producer, it is an averter, of paralysis. Tobacco and Alcohol John Fiske verb (transitive) to turn away or aside: to avert one’s […]



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