obverse

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Corresponding; complementary

When you speak clearly, people understand you. If you mumble, the obverse effect is observed.

The heads side of a coin, or the side of a medal or badge that has the principal design

The medal had a cross on the obverse and had a name inscribed on the reverse.

The double negative of a statement e.g. All men are mortal => No men are immortal
Turned or facing toward the observer

The obverse side of the gravestone has the inscription.

{a} having the base narrower than the top
{n} the face of a coin, opposed to reverse
The front of a leaf In non-Oriental books, this is the page on the right of an open book Also known as recto
The face of a coin which has the principal image or inscription upon it; the other side being the reverse
the side of a coin or medal bearing the principal stamp or design
A claim formed by changing a categorical claim from affirmative to negative (or vice versa), and replacing the predicate term with its complementary term All claims are equivalent to their obverses
The front side of an item The opposite of reverse
The front or "heads" side of a coin, often bearing a portrait and date
The obverse of an opinion, situation, or argument is its opposite. The obverse of rising unemployment is continued gains in productivity
The front side of a coin or medal Never used with paper documents
The front of a coin, typically contains a bust or picture of a person, but this is not required
The front or face side of a coin, the side with the monarch's effigy
the more conspicuous of two alternatives or cases or sides; "the obverse of this issue"
the side of a coin or medal bearing the principal stamp or design the more conspicuous of two alternatives or cases or sides; "the obverse of this issue
The front or "heads" side of a coin, usually the side with the date and main design
{i} face of a coin; reversal; counterpart; main side
the front or "heads" side of a coin
That side of the coin which normally shows the monarch's head or name
The side, as of a coin or medal, bearing the main design and the date   Opposite of reverse
Having the base, or end next the attachment, narrower than the top, as a leaf
Anything necessarily involved in, or answering to, another; the more apparent or conspicuous of two possible sides, or of two corresponding things
The front side of a telecard
(The) Of a coin or medal That side which contains the principal device Thus, the obverse of our money coin is the side which contains the sovereign's head The other side is called the “reverse ”
The front or main side of a coin, as defined by the issuing authority This side often displays the portrait of a monarch or other important person
the front side of a coin ("heads")
obversely
In an obverse manner
obverses
plural of obverse
obverse
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