Adverse means opposed to, hostile to; unfavorable, contrary/ For example: “People generally do not welcome adverse comments for their works.”
Averse means ‘disliking; unwilling; having a feeling of great distaste or an inclination against something or someone’. For example: “My father is always averse to the idea of spending money.”
Usage example that uses both these words: The adverse publicity that a performer receives before his show leads to a condition where he is averse to performing.

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