Eversion (verb: evert) is the process of turning inside-out. Eversion may refer to:

  • Eversion (kinesiology), the anatomical term of motion denoting the movement of the sole of the foot away from the median plane
  • Eversion (mathematics), the process of turning a shape inside out without causing creases; in particular, sphere eversion
  • Eversion (video game), a platform video game made by Guilherme S. Tows
  • In sea cucumbers, a form of autotomy in which the animal ejects its internal organs as a defensive strategy

Famous quotes containing the word evert:

    In tennis, at the end of the day you’re a winner or a loser. You know exactly where you stand.... I don’t need that anymore. I don’t need my happiness, my well-being, to be based on winning and losing.
    —Chris Evert (b. 1954)

    ... after being at the top, I don’t think I could play senior tournaments, because you know how good you were. I don’t know if I would enjoy that, being half of what I was.
    —Chris Evert (b. 1954)