Advert and Revert are sometimes confused because of a similar basic meaning when they are used in reference to discourse or contemplation.
Adverse, Antagonistic, Counter and Counteractive all mean so opposed as to cause interference, often harmful or fatal interference. All four may be applied to one thing that comes into conflict with another. an adverse policy an adverse wind had so delayed him that his cargo brought but half its proper price —Lowell an antagonistic associate […]
Advance and progress both as intransitive verbs and as nouns share the meaning to move (or movement) forward in space, in time, or in approach to a material or ideal objective. They are often employed interchangeably; however there are instances in which one is preferable to the other. Advance only may be used when a concrete […]