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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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So the fact that we feel more painful when we lose $20 than when we gain $20, that might cause us to be far more risk-averse than we should be.
When we moved down here, we weren’t sure when we would start the restaurant, and the difference between Patrick and me is that I’m generally more risk-averse and he’s more of a risk-taker, which I think balances us out pretty well.
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That’s less the case in country, which remains a risk-averse business that runs on the established machinery of radio and touring, and trades on more traditional tropes in its lyrics and soundscapes.
The people who continue to pay for traditional TV are less likely to be willing to give up traditional TV, for reasons such as they are major sports fans, are averse to streaming or simply enjoy the traditional TV experience.
None of this jockeying over “liberal” is likely to go mainstream anytime soon, particularly since most politicians remain averse to the label.
She was famously averse to the demands and expectations that come with celebrity, and to the perks it allows.
Ten years ago, it would've been fine, but now she's in her early 80s and, since Dad died, has become very averse to any reference to her death, even implied.
Temporary city permits have made al fresco dining an option in a city once surprisingly averse to the practice.
Streaming audiences do not appear to be averse to paying to subscribe to ad-supported services.
This may have been maternal partiality, for whilst a mere child, she was somewhat obstinate in disposition, and averse to study.

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