Definition of Adverse opinion
1. Noun. An opinion concerning financial statements (usually based on an audit by a CPA) that the statements as a whole do not present results fairly or are not in conformity with the generally accepted accounting practices of the United States.
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Literary usage of Adverse opinion
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1. History of Woman Suffrage by Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Susan Brownell Anthony, Matilda Joslyn Gage (1886)
"... Disfranchisement—Attorney- General Russell's adverse opinion—The Power of the Legislature to Extend Suffrage—Great Demonstration in Chickering Hall, ..."
2. Galileo Galilei and the Roman Curia by Karl von Gebler (1879)
"adverse opinion of the Inquisition on Galileo's Propositions.—Admonition by Bellarmine, and assumed Absolute Prohibition to treat of the Coper- nican ..."
3. A Chaplain's Campaign with Gen. Butler by Henry Norman Hudson (1865)
"had expressed an adverse opinion of your military leadership, was no certain proof of a bad heart in me; and you had no doubt seen my resignation, ..."