Top 10 similar words or synonyms for converses

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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for converses

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Hallucination (short story) Part Two: Chase meets the Insects and converses with them.
Ax–Grothendieck theorem Some partial converses to the Ax-Grothendieck Theorem:
Tracey Ullman's State of the Union characters Average citizen who converses with her neighbor, Betsy Jean.
Modes of convergence (annotated index)   -   If formula_16 is locally compact, the converses to such tend to hold:
Karush–Kuhn–Tucker conditions (and the converses are not true), although MFCQ is not equivalent to CRCQ.
Banach fixed-point theorem Several converses of the Banach contraction principle exist. The following is due to Czesław Bessaga, from 1959:
Abelian and tauberian theorems Partial converses to abelian theorems are called tauberian theorems. The original result of stated that if we assume also
Irreducible ring If "R" is subdirectly irreducible or meet-irreducible, then it is also directly irreducible, but the converses are not true.
Antitheatricality "He who converses of theatres and actors does not benefit [his soul], but inflames it more, and renders it more careless... he who converses about hell incurs no dangers, and renders it more sober." To St. John Chrysostom it is the converse of pleasure that brings salvation.
Converse (semantics) In linguistics, converses or relational antonyms are pairs of words that refer to a relationship from opposite points of view, such as "parent/child" or "borrow/lend". The relationship between such words is called a converse relation. Converses can be understood as a pair of words where one word implies a relationship between two objects, while the other implies the existence of the same relationship when the objects are reversed. Converses are sometimes referred to as complementary antonyms because an "either/or" relationship is present between them. One exists only because the other exists.