1. A need or desire to gain a distance, a different perspective on a situation or problem. 2. Reverse: gains are in the ofﬁng. 3. Sadness, loss.
Foreknowledge may provide the opportunity to reverse the negative
Figurative position indicating a reverse from positive to negative
1. Reverse: true happiness is understood only through knowing despair. 2. Changes for the better are in the ofﬁng.
1. Doubts about self. 2. Reverse: immense courage. 3. Anxieties about tasks and projects.
1. A period of pain will or must end soon. 2. Gains and proﬁts. 3. Reverse: a feeling of overwhelming disappointment.
1. Reverse: happiness, contentment. 2. Feeling as if a friend has been lost. 3. Domestic difﬁculties.
To see one in clear, smooth water, success; in stormy seas, the reverse is signified.
1. To be placed on the defensive—usually over a situation, often concerning behavior. 2. Loyalty, trust. 3. Reverse: a sense or feeling of betrayal.
1. Commitment in a relationship, a belief or principle. 2. Reverse: fear or hesitation regarding a situation or circumstance.