Examples of reversal in a Sentence
In a sudden reversal, the mayor has decided not to run for reelection.
the reversal of a decision
a surprising reversal in the value of the stock
We had a role reversal. I became the leader and he became the follower.
In a reversal of roles, he is now taking care of his mother.
Reversal of the decision is unlikely.
Recent Examples of reversal from the Web
Financial markets have been skittish in recent weeks, as investors worry about a policy reversal from central banks.
Remainers see a chance to horrify Brexiters into reversal.
But the father got the state finding overturned and, based on that reversal, Brown granted the father additional visits with the girls.
After reversal, around 89 percent of men will produce semen with moving sperm in it, and approximately 73 percent will be able to successfully impregnate a woman.
The Tigers could desperately use him after losing three straight games, with a particularly damaging reversal at home against a Mississippi team that is nowhere near the at-large picture.
The Senate is also working on a congressional reversal of the repeal.
Johnson scored a reversal as time expired to beat Coal City's Alex Friddle 4-2 for the Class 1A 120-pound title.
That reversal means that earnings-per-share will likely lag GDP.
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legal Definition of reversal
- the reversal of the lower court's decision
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