verb (used without object)
- adverse pressure gradient,
- adverse reaction,
- adverse selection,
Origin of advert1
Examples from the Web for adverted
A major political standoff was only adverted when a bipartisan group of senators known as the Gang of 14 negotiated a compromise.
So far I have adverted to only one of the problems which are elucidated by this investigation.Women in the Printing Trades.|Various
His Lordship then adverted to his imprisonment in the Temple.
Later in the day Raymond Oliphant, who was now a privileged visitor to the shed, adverted to the subject.King of the Air|Herbert Strang
Specimens have been observed as early as the last week of March, and, as adverted to above, as late as October.The Butterflies of the British Isles|Richard South
We have adverted to the connection between the petty territorial system and the law of inheritance.