It is asserted in this appeal that the jury's verdict was perverse and that the answers were incontrovertibly unreasonable.
Also, I'm so stubborn and perverse that her rudeness just made me more determined to get to know her.
I always have this perverse but burning desire to be scared, and it's hard for me to achieve this goal simply because it's hard for me to get scared.
Is it about the fundamentally deluded nature of human existence, or its perverse , incorrigible optimism?
The example du jour is his persistent, some might say perverse desire to ram roads through some of our last old-growth forests.
It could only do so if satisfied that the decision was so perverse that the judge must have fallen into error.
It will also prevent unnecessary appeals in cases where a perverse jury verdict is returned.
It is a perverse verdict and it is a miscarriage of justice in relation to costs.
His decision to work in mezzotint was partly perverse , as it was an antiquated medium so labor-intensive that it was only rarely practiced.
These new rules should be structured in a way that removes perverse incentives to lower standards.