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It is not more adverse to the 'spirit of a sound mind,' than to the 'spirit of love.'

What more adverse decisions, O Marcus Antonius, can you want?

It is often the case with the best soldiers, the more adverse the circumstances the lighter their spirits.

The more adverse were the fortunes of Marie Antoinette, the more did her young favourite desire to share them with her.

It will be seen that the attitude thus was plainly more and more adverse to the free Negro.

Yet what could be more adverse to my character than the life which for some years past I have led in London.