converse + -ly
An example of conversely used as an adverb is in the sentence, "He usually votes Republican, but she conversely tends to vote for Democrats," which means that he usually votes for Republicans, but, on the other hand, she votes for Democrats.
- It is possible for every sinner to turn to God and escape punishment, and conversely for a righteous man to backslide and fall.
- A high birth-rate is accompanied by high mortality; conversely, when one is low, so is the other.
- Are rightly taken as one psalm, but conversely Ps.
- Conversely old English writers had no hesitation in translating as "earl" foreign titles which we now render "count."
- Every orbit must clearly have a hodograph, and, conversely, every hodograph a corresponding orbit; and, theoretically speaking, it is possible to deduce the one from the other, having given the other circumstances of the motion.