Ren*verse" (r?n-vErs"), v. t. [F. renverser; L. pref. re- re- + in in, into + versare, v. intens. fr. vertere to turn.]

To reverse. [Obs.]

Whose shield he bears renverst.
Spenser.

 

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Ren*verse" (r?n*v?rs"), or Ren`ver`sé" (r?n`v?r`s?") , a. [F. renversé, p. p. ] (Her.)

Reversed; set with the head downward; turned contrary to the natural position.

 

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Ren*verse" (r?n*v?rs"), or Ren`ver`sé" (r?n`v?r`s?") , a. [F. renversé, p. p. ] (Her.)

Reversed; set with the head downward; turned contrary to the natural position.

 

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