everting

NOUN
  1. the act of turning inside out
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How To Use everting In A Sentence

  • Whaling stations were set up on Spitzbergen, which teemed with life during the whaling season, reverting to a ghost town once the whalers had left.
  • What we will now debate endlessly is why voters gave Dems only two years to win them over before reverting back to their original pattern. The smoke clears from the wreckage
  • There is no question of reverting to cheaper diesel-electric submarines. Times, Sunday Times
  • But the conversation languished, and in the ever-lengthening silences all found their thoughts reverting to the idea brutally expressed by Mr. Ryan: Muslin
  • Reverting to Baby-Talk nicknames, even in jest, is just another nail in the coffin of this blogs masculinity. Cheeseburger Gothic » That went well.
  • The service is reverting to the direct route between the town centre and Kirkwall Airport and the diversion across the Heathery Loan will be discontinued.
  • The body politic is frozen, incapable of making either bold advancements forward or retrenching, and then reverting back to simpler time. Matthew Yglesias » Olivier Blanchard on the Case for Higher Inflation
  • It is rather sad, therefore, to hear the principal propagandists, and the spokesperson of this administration, reverting to denigration, vituperation, slander and assassination of the character of the Father of the Nation.
  • Reverting to a full troop withdrawal stance would be both pointless and disastrous in policy terms.
  • Other political parties, like the NP, have nothing else to campaign about and can no longer use their" swart - "and" rooigevaar "tactics and are now reverting to using the" moving parliament gevaar ". OPPOSITION USING "MOVING PARLIAMENT GEVAAR" AS ELECTION CAMPAIGN
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