noun, plural re·vers [ri-veerz, -vairz]. /rɪˈvirz, -ˈvɛərz/.
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The revers de la médaille was the toiling up the long slope in the intense cold.The Sunny Side of Diplomatic Life, 1875-1912|Lillie DeHegermann-Lindencrone
Revers: Le gnral ennemi, la tte de son arme, prsente son pe au gnral Gates, la tte de l'arme amricaine.The Medallic History of the United States of America 1776-1876|J. F. Loubat, LL.D.
She threw open the revers of her coat, and sank back in her seat as if physically tired.The Ordeal of Elizabeth|Elizabeth Von Arnim
He was dressed in a blue broadcloth coat with flaps and revers of same, trimmed with large beautiful buttons.Comic History of the United States|Bill Nye
The French, truer to their origin, still call them the "revers."